Tag Archives: Black & White

snap-shots for the common man

Toronto. in the 1900s photography took off. Almost everyone could afford a Kodak and shoot family photographs. My dad took this snap c1940 with his trusty Kodak Jr Brownie Six-20 folder. Like millions of families world-wide, my father photographed every … Continue reading

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Film Rescue International

Digitizing the now old chemical based films is becoming a popular enterprise. Out in Saskatchewan is a small company dedicated to  processing and transferring  still and motion picture vintage, expired and outdated film. They will not only process the old … Continue reading

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Tom Bochsler & Bob Chambers: 115 Years of Photography

Tom Bochsler’s career began in Hamilton photographing with a 4×5 Speed Graphic. Electronic flash was the next phase of change until the Hasselblad became the workhorse. Social and press photography evolved into commercial/industrial, his specialty for the years ahead. Industry … Continue reading

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