Monday, November 14, 2005

Our True Intent Is All For Your Delight.

The John Hinde Studio was hired in the late 1960's to produce a series of postcards for Butlin's Holiday Camps, a popular getaway for the british leisure class. Using large format cameras and large casts of real vacationers, they produced something remarkably similiar to todays large scale gallery photography.
Some of the British Holiday Camps still exist. In fact, our friend Katherine recently returned from a trip to England during which she had the chance to stay at one.
"British Concentration Camps is more like it." was her only comment.