The Easel

In a Morris Minor key – Michael Collins presents the lost world of family slides

An interesting perspective. Amateur cameras in the 1950’s and 60’s were clunky, making for slow photography. Careful, matter-of-fact family snaps, at their best, are aesthetically akin to the celebrated photography of Bernd and Hilla Becher. “They have an eloquence that goes to the core of what photography really is … each of these family slides is a biography written in the vernacular”. More images are here.