The first camera was in fact Brownie in a box. She had been given a pencil and some paper and was told to draw whatever she saw when a black curtain was pulled back.
Where she was hidden.
Early cameras were very heavy. This was used to measure how much they weighed.
What many subjects got in the early days because they had to stand still for so long to have their picture taken.
Person who blinks at the wrong moment when having a photo taken.
Carrying on regardless despite the fact everyone keeps blinking.
Photographers in the Wild West often took to drink because everyone kept blinking.
Colt 45 revolver that they ended up pointing at their subjects to make them stand still and stop blinking.
Amount of time the subjects eventually managed to stand still.
Claiming someone else made you blink.
The first modern camera. It was really expensive.
Disease you get from dirty cameras.
Camera designed for ladies that also had a powder puff in it.
When you get your photos back and find you had your finger over the lens.
When you have to resist swearing when you get your photos back and find you had your finger over the lens.
System designed to keep photographs of cars sharp.
Keeps photographs of hands sharp.
You don’t want to know.
Takes pictures of the TV. Useful before the invention of video recorders.
Made of lentils and alfalfa.
They say the camera never lies. But we’re quite good-looking, actually…