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London, june 1967

nonneL nhoJ - from seltaeB ehT

London, june 1967

Colin Powel

Colin Powel

Robert Capa

Robert Capa

Robert Cornelius, 1839
this is the first recorded instance of a selfie, according to Public Domain review:
“In 1839, a young Philadelphia chemist named Robert Cornelius stepped out of his family’s store and took a photograph of himself:

He took the image by removing the lens cap and then running [into the] frame where he sat for a minute before covering up the lens again. On the back he wrote “The first light Picture ever taken. 1839.”

(via See The First “Selfie” In History Taken by Robert Cornelius, a Philadelphia Chemist, in 1839 | Open Culture)

Robert Cornelius, 1839
this is the first recorded instance of a selfie, according to Public Domain review:
“In 1839, a young Philadelphia chemist named Robert Cornelius stepped out of his family’s store and took a photograph of himself:

He took the image by removing the lens cap and then running [into the] frame where he sat for a minute before covering up the lens again. On the back he wrote “The first light Picture ever taken. 1839.”

(via See The First “Selfie” In History Taken by Robert Cornelius, a Philadelphia Chemist, in 1839 | Open Culture)

Mick Rock and Lou Reed

douglasmartini:
Mick Rock and Lou Reed

douglasmartini:

last one from Kubrick

last one from Kubrick

low angle selfie, Stanley Kubrick

low angle selfie, Stanley Kubrick

yet another selfie from Kubrick

yet another selfie from Kubrick

Kubrick does a selfie.

Kubrick does a selfie.

kadrey:

Smile pretty.

kadrey:

Smile pretty.

(Source: maninthebottle)

mckelvie:

Selfies For Science! 

mckelvie:

Selfies For Science! 

(Source: jaredasdf)

bremser:

Nick DeWolf, self-portrait in barber shop, Wakefield, Massachusetts, 1958

bremser:

Nick DeWolf, self-portrait in barber shop, Wakefield, Massachusetts, 1958

twofacedmirror:

Renata Bracksieck, 1920-29
(German, 1900 - 1992)
Bracksieck was a photographer and clothing designer active in the 1920s and 1930s. She trained as a costume designer with Christoph Drecoll, then ran her own successful fashion salon in Bremen.

twofacedmirror:

Renata Bracksieck, 1920-29

(German, 1900 - 1992)

Bracksieck was a photographer and clothing designer active in the 1920s and 1930s. She trained as a costume designer with Christoph Drecoll, then ran her own successful fashion salon in Bremen.

natgeofound:

Photographer’s reflection in a cut-out silhouette in a window.Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Photographer’s reflection in a cut-out silhouette in a window.
Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic