Selma author, storyteller, journalist and photographer Kathryn Tucker Windham
knew that taking pictures is about much more than good light and a sharp image.
This poster relates how she got a free Brownie camera at age 12 and later
saw the need to preserve Alabama culture through film. The poster
is part of many exhibits at the Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum in Thomasville.
Today's digital photography allows many more people to easily and inexpensively
preserve memories...if only they will download those photos and make prints!