"There is something more powerful than each of us, a combination of our efforts, a Great Chain of industry that unites us. But it is only when we struggle in our own interest that the chain pulls society in the right direction..." - Andrew Ryan
"Come on in and show us those snappy snappies." - Peach Wilkins
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Booker DeWitt's first encounter with one of Bolton Photography's cameras in Columbia is at Battleship Bay. A photographer is found at the entrance to the Battleship Bay Gift Shop, doing a photo shoot of a group of hired bodybuilders and models. The photographer uses a flash-lamp and is under a dark cloth cover to aid in focusing.
After entering a Tear in the Bull House Impound of Shantytown to a reality where the Vox Populi revolution was in full action, DeWitt and Elizabeth comes across a photo shoot outside the Graveyard Shift with a Bolton Photography camera in use, much like in Battleship Bay, although with a more grim motive. Members of the Vox are posing with the body of Samuel Gerst, a Handyman they killed during the uprising.
Burial at Sea - Episode 2Edit
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While in Rapture, Elizabeth finds an abandoned, partly flooded, tourist photography spot in the Exit Plaza of the Housewares Department in Fontaine's. Citizens of Rapture could have their picture taken in front of the large windows looking over the underwater city (now simply a view of the sea floor), the camera being used was that of Bolton Photography.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- The labels on the two cameras found in the Cunningham Studios are reversed.
- The name of the business is likely a reference to Adam Bolton, a character artist on BioShock Infinite.
- The Bolton cameras resemble the “wet plate” cameras of the mid and late 1800's. It is unknown why such an archaic looking camera design was used as we see much more advanced cameras in other parts of Columbia.