Sally Halterman, the first woman to be granted a license to operate a motorcycle in the District of Columbia, A woman rider in the Six Days Motorcycle Trial, in which competitors have to cover miles a day over rough terrain, Workers measuring the positions of footrests and controls on partially finished motorcycles,
Three girls amuse each other with their masked costumes in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati, Gabriel H. Contact Gabriel H.
Trends come and go with the seasons, and keeping up with them means something different every year. And one of the best ways to gauge what was fashionable during a certain time period is to take note of what people were actually wearing on the streets during their day-to-day lives. From corsets to miniskirts, here are 19 vintage photos that show what street style has looked like throughout the years.
Photo manipulation involves transforming or altering a photograph using various methods and techniques to achieve desired results. Some photo manipulations are considered skillful artwork while others are frowned upon as unethical practices, especially when used to deceive the public, such as that used for political propagandaor to make a product or person look better. Depending on the application and intent, some photo manipulations are considered an art form because it involves the creation of unique images and in some instances, signature expressions of art by photographic artists.
All rights reserved. Legend has it that inwhen they premiered their first motion picture film of a train entering a station, audiences fled in terror, fearing they would be flattened by a "moving" train. Autochromes owe much of this stylized look to the method in which photos were made.
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Film nostalgia in photography might be all the rage today — it seems a lot of people are hungry for that 'organic, analog look' — but for Seattle photographer Sofi Lee, nostalgia for vintage digital compacts is a lot more fun. And it's the limitations of these cameras that help to set Sofi's professional work apart from the crowd. Lee only graduated college two years ago, but in that short time has amassed quite a few clients in the Pacific Northwest by shooting beautiful images that, yes, feature blown highlights, chromatic aberration, rudimentary noise reduction, coma and more.
Courtesans, geisha, samurai warriors, women playing instruments and traditional games are among the subjects portrayed in the most unique photography series of Edo-era Japan displayed at the London Photograph Fair. The images, dated back towere taken by Felice Beato and are hand-tinted albumen prints black and white photos hand painted to appear 'colour'. Beato, who was living in Yokohama at the time, documented Japanese everyday life over the years. He is often considered as one of the world's first photojournalists, who gained his fame as a war photographer.
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