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Photographer David Hill captures the bittersweet nostalgia of abanonded classic cars


by Katy Kelleher, Contributing Editor, Islandport Press

Although he didn’t know it at the time, David Hill began researching his book, Full Service when he was just eight years old. That was the age he received two gifts—a model of a 1955 Chevy Bel Air and a Kodak camera. 

Hill, who works as a photojournalist at a Portland television station, has since graduated to bigger and better cameras, but he still remembers that first Kodak fondly. It sparked a lifelong interest in creating visually compelling photographs—images that can be enjoyed on their own as works of fine art or together as pieces that tell a greater story.

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