Kodak must have sold a zillion Brownie Hawkeye Flash cameras.
1950 - 1961
Houses are important because of what goes on in them. We move through
them for a while. Then someone else does.
You can feel
can't you ?
Don't get too close to that candle grandma. That coiffure will go up
like a house afire.
Despite the stupid vest and silly tie, the happiness of youth shines in
this kids eyes. Everything is possible until the inequities and
inherent unfairness of life show you otherwise.
Enjoy the cake, kid. You'll probably succumb to some disease borne on
the wind of second hand smoke. Oh, by the way. Take a look to your
right. Your future wife will look like that one day.
It's five minutes of one on the Norge back there. I wonder what's in
that open can ? Pork and beans ? Carrots ? Peas ? Clams ?
"Real" photographers sometimes bracket their exposures. They may use a
different shutter speed or lens opening.
They do this in an effort to get a better exposure.
Simple cameras like the one used here, have no such adjustments but
that didn't stop this photog. No sir !
Bracketing simply meant taking another picture in case the first one
"doesn't come out."
I think that's a 1963 Chevy back there.