Life through a lens
If you bought your first camera in 1956 it is likely to have been a Kodak. Mine was a Kodak Brownie Cresta, a chunky plastic box which took square pictures in, of course, black and white. It had two controls - the shutter button and a knob for winding on the film. If you did not wind the film immediately after each shot, you were in trouble: when you next used the camera you couldn't remember whether you had wound on or not, so you risked the meaningless jumble of a double exposure if you didn't wind on, or a blank if you did.
Balancing a burgeoning hobby alongside long work hours can be demanding. Bill Knight explains how stepping back from law helped him to develop his passion in photography
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