|TTV photography with a Ful-Vue box camera|
image by on2alan (Image rights)
TTV is the abbreviation for through the viewfinder photography. This is a popular idea, to take pictures showing how our forefathers once saw the world through the viewfinders of their cameras. A digital camera is focused on the image in the viewfinder of an old camera; a box camera or pseudo-TLR with a big bright viewfinder may be used, but some people do this with TLR cameras.
- tutorial (with links to Flickr) by Russ Morris
- PDF presentation (with further links) (with German text) of Sonja Finkenzeller and Doris Hausen
- TTV in architecture (archived) by Dirk Spennemann (in JPG Magazine)
- TTV Animal photography (archived) by Dirk Spennemann (in JPG Magazine)