My goal with this photo series is to take stock of the wonderful photographs that are out there, and to hopefully add one or two to my collection.
This series is made up of three sections: classic images, modern photos, and historical ones. For example, here’s a classic wedding shot of a bride and groom taking a walk down the aisle.
In the first section, I’ve included a selection of 50 classic wedding photographs from the 1850s, which include a woman in a white dress, with a bridal bouquet, and a boy and girl standing and looking at the couple’s family.
Ive included a selection of 55 modern wedding photos from the last 150 years, which include a bride in a long gown, and a groom waiting for his bride to come up the aisle.
This post is no different. I have selected 50 timeless photographs of happy, confident people, and 55 modern photographs of happy, confident people. The difference between the timeless and modern photos is that the timeless photos are the ones we’ve all seen before, and the modern ones are ones we haven’t.
If you want to take a look at the 50 modern photos, you can start here, and then scroll down to my post on how to take a look at the 55 timeless photos, or you can click here and go to the slideshow.
The beauty of vintage photos is that they are timeless. They are a constant reminder of our age and time. We are never really moving forward, but instead moving backwards, so they are always there to remind us that we are all still here as a reminder to be grateful and to keep moving forward.
The original images were taken by William Henry Fox Talbot in the early 1800s, but it was the digital age that made them so iconic. It took a while for people to realize that old photographs were just not so great. They were boring and didn’t really capture the moment. However, the best quality photos do not exist in photographic studios. They are taken by the camera’s original operator, the photographer. They are used to create the pictures. That is what makes vintage photography so awesome.
This is why I love vintage photography so much. The great photographers take the time to do things that no one else could possibly do. I love vintage photography because it is so timeless and so cool. The photographers are original and they are not copied or imitated.
Vintage photography has been around for a long time. In fact, I think it was invented in the late 1800s, making it even older than photography. I think that photographer Henry D. Smith was the first one who used it. However, even before he was the first to use it, photographers had taken the time to take the time to do things that no one else could have been able to do.