twin-lens reflex


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twin-lens reflex

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(Photography) See reflex camera
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In an elegantly minimal design with lowercase light-gray display type, DIANE ARBUS: IN THE BEGINNING (Metropolitan Museum of Art, $50) shows us where she traveled artistically during the next seven years, shooting 35mm film before acquiring the Rolleiflex twin-lens reflex camera with which she took the iconic square-format pictures that made her reputation.
On Halloween morning in 1965, he took several photos of Ikeya-Seki using his Kodak Twin-lens Reflex camera.
Pressman was introduced to photography at a very early age first receiving a Brownie camera at age seven, soon after a 4 x 5 Graphlex, a Rolleiflex twin-lens reflex, and then his first SLR, which were all hand-me-downs from his father.
He was working the old-fashioned way with a Rollei twin-lens reflex and roll film, and makes the observation that "I have four or five snaps of Bold Street accordion players over two years.
Truly capturing with an artist's eye the dignity and beauty of an ancient Native American culture surviving in the midst of the broader mid-20th century American nation, Navajo Nation 1950 is a showcase of photographic excellence taken with a bulky, twin-lens reflex camera enabling the preservation through a photographic record of the Navajo people and culture that includes images from the Monument Valley, Black Mesa, Navajo Mountain, Lukachukai (a high bench between the Chuska mountains to the east and the desert plain to the west), Teas Toh (close to the old Highway 66), the Window Rock Navajo Tribal Fair, and the Canyon de Chelley.