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Many Victorian and Edwardian family photograph albums such as these were acquired by the V&A in the s and 60s to show examples of the dress of that.
Around the world more than three billion people regularly log on to the internet, and more than two billion are active on social media. Most internet users have at least five social media accounts — with the number of users tapping into social networks worldwide increasing by m in the last year alone. But now it seems this type of social networking, could actually date back to much earlier than initially thought, to more than a hundred years ago. New research shows that for our ancestors, the early 20th century saw a social networking technology that was unrivalled until the digital revolution a hundred years later.
Because around , the picture postcard arrived in Britain.
In the penultimate post in our series showing you how to date your old family photographs using physical clues, Colin Harding offers some tips.
This dress is a tour de force of beadwork embroidery, indicative of French couture craftsmanship. The juxtaposition of three-dimensional and trompe l’oeil tassels is stylish and witty, and highlights the level of planning and care taken in the design of couture garments. The ruffles of the canopy of this parasol were particularly stylish during the teens, and the overall style echoes the skirts of wartime crinolines. Continuing the green color scheme, the jade handle is very attractive and coordinates perfectly with the canopy.
Circa wedding gown. Dinner dress Date: —12 Culture: American.
Find out what type of photograph you have Types of Photograph. Photographs of Victorian, Edwardian and 20th century ladies sorted by year to Photographs of people arranged by year to People by Year 5. Carte de visite printer. A large list of photographs and photographers each with an estimated date A-Z list of dated photographs.
But now it seems this type of social networking, could actually date back to much earlier than initially thought, to more than a hundred years ago.
We all have old family photos. These may be loose or in albums or they may be in the form of postcards or even fragile black and grey glass negatives. So what about dating? Photography started in but at that time was really in the hands of a few scientists, professionals or wealthy amateurs. Not many family photographs exist from that era unless they are beautiful images on a polished silver plate that looks like a mirror. These are daguerreotypes as invented by Daguerre in France. Around , photos were produced which were actually weak negatives on glass but, when backed with a dark material or black paint, appeared as normal positive images: these were ambrotypes.
Up to this stage, photos were generally one-offs, there was no negative and multiple copies were impracticable. Any copies required had to be photographed from the original — often with a distinct loss of quality. By the late s the carte de visite appeared, a small photograph pasted onto a standard sized mount measuring approximately 4. This was a much cheaper process and allowed copies to be taken from a negative.
Also around the mid s another cheap process was introduced. The tintype also known as the ferrotype in the USA was produced on a thin metal plate and was usually of a rather muddy appearance. Tintypes were cheap and were still used by UK street and beach photographers in the s and s — long after the Second World War.
Dating old wedding photographs
Women’s clothing during the early s was extremely lavish and cumbersome and, most notably, characterized by the S-shaped figure. The constrictive corset of.
Women’s clothing during the early s was extremely lavish and cumbersome and, most notably, characterized by the S-shaped figure. The constrictive corset of the decade was designed in by Mme. Gaches-Sarraute, who studied medicine and recognized the ill-effects of the 19 th century corsets. Her new “Health Corset” removed pressure from the waist and diaphragm but resulted in thrusting the bosom forward and the hips back.
Women waddled around in the disfiguring contraptions with long, heavy, frilled skirts and puffy, lacy blouses. In , however, a new look for women, with tailored suits, blouses, and skirts, emerged. The women in the image below illustrate the extremities of the early s. Skirts were bell-shaped, tightly hugging the hips and flaring at the bottom.
Notice their S-shaped figure and the amount of lavish decoration on their skirts and bodices.
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The following common types of vintage photos, their photographic processes and characteristics could help you positively identify some of your long-lost ancestors.
Dolores’s interest in fashion history dates from her teenage years when vintage apparel was widely available in thrift stores. Trying to identify ancestors while looking at old photographs can be a bit of a challenge, especially if you have one of those families where the same face reappears every generation or so. One method is to study what kind of clothing a subject is wearing in a portrait.
This is easiest if the subject is female as women’s fashions change more quickly than for men. In general, old photos of family members were posed and often taken by professional photographers. Even when people began to use their own cameras, subjects were often posed.