Thursday, August 28, 2008

Visual Language Object

The Kodak 35 
This range finder camera was manufactured in 1938 and was listed at a retail price of $40 and was made until 1948.

My target audience would be anyone who is interested in photography's history or people who love photography and want to know a little more about the past of cameras and how far photography has come. Of course my audience would be photographers as well, especially ones who still shoot real film. The few photographers who prefer real film over digital and also people who like to do things old fashioned possibly and older crowd would enjoy this.  Cameras take photographs and photographs produce memories and memories last forever.  It is important to remember the past of photography, and this object is a symbol of photography that has become lost and not so popular anymore. 

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