OFF CAMERA FLASH
I've long been a fan of off camera flash. It adds depth and reality to photographs. And is vital to emulating natural light...a goal for many photographers.
While recently spelunking antique offerings around town I stumbled upon this art piece.
JEFF FRANKO PHOTOGRAPHY MELBOURNE FLAntique hunting in Melbourne, Florida. Off camera flash with Brownie camera. Jeff Franko Photography
It put a smile on my face and my first thought was "now that's a great example of off camera flash."
The sculpture with the Kodak Brownie also reminded me of an experience many months ago when I helped and elderly couple pull an exposed roll of 620 B&W film from their Brownie Hawkeye. They're sending it off for processing and I hope to see the results. I believe they purchased it new back in the day as they Brought the box and booklet along for show and tell. As it was a somewhat random encounter I made two mistakes. The roll was only partially exposed and I should have used the rest of the roll to make photographs of them: And I neglected to get their contact info...arggh on both accounts. But those moments were great. They were charming, fun and ever grateful for the assistance and info on a lab that may still process the film.
JEFF FRANKO KODAK BROWNIEKodak Brownie Hawkey with box and manual. The 620 roll film was pulled from the camera for the couple and hopefully provided many memories upon processing. Jeff Franko Photography
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