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The Napier Family 1845 by David Octavius Hill http://www.capitalcollections.org.uk/ Edinburgh Collection

The Napier Family 1845 by David Octavius Hill http://www.capitalcollections.org.uk/ Edinburgh Collection

This photo demonstrates why Victorian photographers preferred to use posing stands.   Any movement during the 30 second exposure could cause the image to blur.  Note how blurry the squirmy kids and dog are compared to the parents.

This photo demonstrates why Victorian photographers preferred to use posing stands. Any movement during the 30 second exposure could cause the image to blur. Note how blurry the squirmy kids and dog are compared to the parents.

Victorian Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Daguerreotype, Salts, Historical Costume, Female Fashion, Family Portraits, Robert Ri'chard

An early picture taken by the Victorian  photographer Emma Johnston, showing a Mr Horn, his niece and other family and friends posing for the camera

Rare glimpse of 19th-century intellectual suburban life in Hampstead

An early picture taken by the Victorian photographer Emma Johnston, showing a Mr Horn, his niece and other family and friends posing for the camera, London

Greyfriars Cemetery Edinburgh  c. 1850s - Back then...

Greyfriars Cemetery Edinburgh ~ strange image - double exposure, possibly? or else the two women are getting a premature burial .

Family Portrait by Collins, Philadelphia    http://www.craigcamera.com/images/Dag_31978_Collins.jpg

Daguerreotype (daguerreotypy, was the first publicly announced photographic process

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