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Many early snapshot camera manuals would have recommended that the photographer stand with their back to the sun. The result is that the shadow of the photographer is often visibly silhouetted on the subject they were shooting. Courtesy Peter Cohen Collection.

Many early snapshot camera manuals would have recommended that the photographer stand with their back to the sun. The result is that the shadow of the photographer is often visibly silhouetted on the subject they were shooting. Courtesy Peter Cohen Collection.

Many early snapshot camera manuals would have recommended that the photographer stand with their back to the sun. The result is that the shadow of the photographer is often visibly silhouetted on the subject they were shooting. Courtesy Peter Cohen Collection.

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