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Banquet Camera: The Early-1900s Tool for Photographing Large Groups

1 month ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Terry Gruber is probably one of the last portrait photographers in the United States to still use a 100-year-old, 12x20-inch banquet camera for its original purpose: capturing large groups in formal occasions.
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