Mary Pickford by Moody, 1910s
Clint Eastwood | Shirley MacLaine | 1969
Photograph | Lawrence Schiller
This is a great photo.
Seine, Paris, 1951 by Wolf Suschitzky
Quai de la Seine, Paris, 1940, Théo Blanc. (1891 - 1985) and Antoine Demilly. (1892 - 1964)
fan photographs of the doors in concert, 1967.
Thames at Battersea sq
Heather Graham by Dewey Nicks
Dmitri Kasterine Kurt Vonnegut, London 1981
“Here we are, trapped in the amber of the moment. There is no why.” Kurt Vonnegut
Iris and Janet, Bury Knowle, Headington, Oxford, 1914, Ethelreda Laing
Ethelreda Laing’s autochrome of her daughters is an example of early colour photography. The autochrome process used a random mosaic of coloured potato starch grains on a glass plate covered with a photographic emulsion which, when exposed to light and developed, produced a full-colour positive transparency. The process (patented by the Lumière brothers in 1903) continued to be the most popular colour process until the early 1930s.