|10.2 x 24.2 cm|
When our next door neighbor Al Susskind died, his wife Marilyn gave me his camera. It was a Nikon F2. I learned how to shoot pictures on that camera. Eventually, I bought a flash and learned the art of bounce from my friend Kacy who taught me that you don't need the fancy housing they sell that fits on the flash all neat and shit; you just need a stiff white surface and some gaffer tape. Said ethos has extended into pretty much everything I do.
This was my flash card for like 4 years.