1970s
    Having an interest in art since I was four, when I turned 14 my father got me a Kodak 126 camera package and a couple rolls of film. These pre-fab cartridges slapped into the back of the camera and with just a little winding one was set for adventure in the world of photography in 1976.

    Buying film and having mail-order prints made took most of my allowance as my father taught me that hobbies can be expensive. This valuaable lesson stayed with me all through my photography career and I still try to get the best photo with the least amount of frames shot. The 126 produced square, grainy negatives but not as bad as my next camera.


    In 1978 I purchased my one and only 110 instamatic, still Kodak, and the negatives were so small that to blow up an image to 8x10 produced an almost abstractive pointillized version of the original shot.


                                                               
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