Hello Cathy, The Voigt is a fairly simple amateur folding bellows camera, made during the late 1940's in several minor variations in the USA for sale and distribution by several different companies
Hi Robert! Without an idea of the kind of images you like creating, it's a little hard to answer your question. Regardless, that's a pretty decent set-up for anybody looking to delve into photography
First, it is great that you are taking photos and creating images that you like. As far as a camera is concerned, if the one you have is working and you are satisfied with the quality of the images / photos
Hello Scott, The Kemco Homovie system was introduced by the Kodel Electrical & Manufacturing Company of Cincinnati in 1929. It's unique in that it takes standard 16mm film, but uses a crazy mechanical
Nila Small graduated backgrounds are difficult to find and most kits have either white backgrounds of a set of colors. You might contact Glazer's Cameras in Seattle as they sometimes have some.