A few nice how to market a product images I found:

Optifort
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Image by John Kratz
Forte was a manufacturer of photographic film and paper products, based in Hungary. In 1949, they introduced the Optifort camera, available only to the Hungarian market, and only until 1950. It’s made of cast aluminum and finished in glossy black lacquer.
This example arrived at my doorstep directly from Budapest. I wonder – aside from this one, how many (if any) of these cameras are there in the USA?

floating market
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Image by j3ssl33
Thailand’s floating markets are among the most-photographed destinations in the country. The river and ‘klong’ markets give a realistic glance of how daily life must have been in earlier times. The floating markets are where the sellers, their boats laden with a wide variety of tropical fruits, flowers, vegetables and fresh produce, come to meet and barter their products with other traders. These days, modern supermarkets and department stores have largely replaced the traditional floating markets, but a few still survive. –http://www.thailand.com/travel/recreation/recreation_float.htm

[Photo Archive] July 2007
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Camera: Nikon D80 + 18-135mm lens kit
© Kalandrakas | www.jessleecuizon.com

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