If this image confuses you a bit, allow me to explain. TtV photography (Through the Viewfinder) is a microniche of photography that I just LOVE. It brings me back to when I was first interested in photography. Basically, you just take your modern digital camera and shoot "Through the Viewfinder" of an old film camera (or digital camera.....but where is the fun in that?)
The first time I saw some of these shots, I flashed back to my youth in the 70s when a camera in our household meant a crappy 110 instamatic. Then I found this funky old 50s camera in a drawer. I don't recall now if it was broken or it was hard to get film for it or just why it wasn't being used. But I started walking around the house with it slung over my neck and I pressed the shutter release and was "taking photos" (despite the face that there was no film in it).
I don't remember the brand, but it had a waist-level viewfinder. And the strange thing about it is that everything was reversed because of the mirror used.
Once I found out that there was a group of people who were shooting through the viewfinder, I had to try it out. I found a guy who was selling off a bunch of old camera gear and he had 3 old Kodak Duaflex's in a box that he wanted $15 for. I went and bought them and rushed home quite excited to have 3 new toys to play with.
more info (and photos) to follow in the comments.....