Friday, January 04, 2013


Victorian photo portraits tend to be quite formal and serious, so it's lovely to see they had a sense of fun back then, too — the headless novelty portrait, created in those pre-Photoshop days by combining negatives and then printing the result, was apparently very popular. More photos here.

(from pictures in time via boing boing)

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