Decades ago, long before everyone had a camera on them at all times, if you wanted a quick photo, you could find one of the many “picture holes” scattered throughout most countries. In each hole was a photographer with all necessary equipment to take and develop photographs. You’d stop by, yell into the hole and drop a bit of money, pose, and then pick up your pictures the next day. As long as you didn’t mind the angle (as you can see in this photo of the couple and their Fiat Dino), it wasn’t a bad solution!
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