My First Nikon Camera
Piece description from the artist
Every photographer has a favorite camera. Whether it is their first or the newest one, fresh out of the box, one camera has special place on the shelf, in the camera bag, or in the heart. Mine is my first Nikon camera – the F2. I’m fuzzy on exactly how I came to possess it, but I do know it was well used before I owned it as it had been used by a local newspaper photographer. It felt right in my hand and it was a joy to carry. Alas, I don’t shoot film any more so instead of on my tripod or in my bag, this little baby rests in a prominent place on a shelf in my office. But it is there, ready and willing. Someday, I’ll grab some film, wipe off the dust, and take it for a spin.
Day 248 of my 365 photo a day project.
Copyright 2016 Scott Norris Photography
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- Our high-quality giclee prints are produced on a proprietary material carefully selected for its ability to display rich, vibrant colors, capture subtle detail, and remain crinkle-free. Limited Edition of 100.
- The giclee print sizes shown here measure the outer dimensions of the frame, not the print. There is a 2″ border around the image on each print for matting and framing.
- Our minimal, black frames are made of a natural, recycled material that won’t warp or dent like solid wood. Each frame comes with a custom 4 ply, white mat.
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- Each canvas print is gallery-wrapped and stretched on 1.5’’ stretcher bars with a semi-gloss finish. Limited Edition of 100.
- The print sizes quoted above measure the outer dimensions of the stretched canvas print and the printed image spans the full dimensions quoted.
- Framing currently unavailable. All canvases are printed with mirror imaging along the 1.5’’ stretcher profile for a polished, unframed display.
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- 24.0" x 16.0"
- Photograph on Metal
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