Photography

New York on D-Day

Tense photos capture the atmosphere as New Yorkers wait for news on D-Day Further accounts trickled in, including one from a correspondent who had ridden along in a C-47 transport plane and watched as the first groups of paratroopers leapt out into darkness and sporadic fire.   Many people lived through this day and many…

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Vintage Bathing Beauties Belles from Late 19th Century to 1930’s

Vintage Bathing Beauties Belles from Late 19th Century to 1930’s All the pictures shown on this blog are property of their respective owners. We don’t hold any copyright about these pictures. These pictures have been collected from different public sources including different websites, considering to be in public domain.   Don’t forget to check out…

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Polaroid Acquired by The Impossible Project’s Largest Shareholder

Polaroid Acquired by The Impossible Project’s Largest Shareholder Big news in the photo industry today: Polaroid’s brand and intellectual property has been acquired by the largest shareholder of The Impossible Project, Polaroid announced. Now a single family has control of both the Polaroid brand and The Impossible Project. We have a great selection of instant…

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The Horsemen of Semonkong

The Horsemen of Semonkong – Photographs and text by Thom Pierce | LensCulture In the mountain kingdom of Lesotho, the region of Semonkong sits some 2,275 meters above sea level amidst the Drakensberg mountains. The area is made up of many small villages, most of which are inaccessible by car and nestled high up on…

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Vintage photos that show how glamorous train travel used to be

Vintage photos that show how glamorous train travel used to be Traveling by train used to be a lot fancier. First class cabins were furnished like living rooms and included radio gramophones. Passengers dined on fine china and played cards to pass the time. Traveling by train was pretty swanky from the 1930s to the…

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Drone Photography Is The Anti-Selfie (And That’s Why It Is So Good)

Drone Photography Is The Anti-Selfie (And That’s Why It Is So Good) It’s called Dronestagram, and since the website was started in 2013 it’s become a hub for drone photographers and the thousands who flock to the site to check out their work. And now, the best of Dronestagram has been immortalized in a new…

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41 Rare Photos of American Hotels from between the 1860s and 1890s

41 Rare Photos of American Hotels from between the 1860s and 1890s Here is a rare photo collection that show American hotels from the 1860s and 1890s. Most of these photos show the interior of the hotels. … Use acid-free tissue to interleave between photos and prints to serves as an abrasion buffer as well…

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30 Astonishing Portraits of London Street Children from the Early 1900s

30 Astonishing Portraits of London Street Children from the Early 1900s Around 1900, photographer Horace Warner took a series of portraits of some of the poorest people in London – creating relaxed, intimate images that gave dignity to his subjects and producing great photography that is without comparison in his era. You can find more…

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Stunning Color Photographs of Parisian Women from the 1920s

Stunning Color Photographs of Parisian Women from the 1920s Jacques Henri Lartigue was born in Courbevoie on June 13, 1894. He took his first photographs at the age of six, using his father’s camera, and started keeping what would become a lifelong diary. If you want rigid protection for your photos we have top loaders…

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Kodak No.1 Circular Snapshots: These Round Pictures Were Some of the First Candid Snapshots

Kodak No.1 Circular Snapshots: These Round Pictures Were Some of the First Candid Snapshots Today, we take photography for granted. Anyone can take a photograph simply by pressing a button. Yet, it was not always so simple. The invention of photography was announced in 1839, but during its first fifty years taking a photograph was…

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