Fairchild K-20: the making of a meaningful portrait

Fairchild K-20: the making of a meaningful portrait

A friend of mine gave me some 4×5 film a while back. It was originally purchased by her dad in 1979, who at the time was a professional photographer. He used mainly 120 medium format and 4×5 film for his work in that era, but did a ton of aerial work on a Fairchild K-20. Her dad is currently in a long term care facility, but she still has that K-20 on display in her shop.

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A friend of mine gave me some 4×5 film a while back. It was originally purchased by her dad in 1979, who at the time was a professional photographer. He used mainly 120 medium format and 4×5 film for his work in that era, but did a ton of aerial work on a Fairchild K-20. Her dad is currently in a long term care facility, but she still has that K-20 on display in her shop.
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