Edward Bennett

Edward Bennett was a keen photographer in his youth. His first camera was a Brownie Box. He progressed to 35mm format and processed his own black and white prints in a cold attic with no running water and a home made enlarger. He remembers his excitement as he saw the first colour slide as he removed it from the tank in the late ’50’s. Then his interests widened to “Girls and Cars and Things” and photography took a back seat, and was limited to photography of his family until he retired and found that in the digital age processing images did not involve attics. He joined the DCC and rediscovered his old interest.


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