20 Victorian Photos With The Dead Loved Ones Look Creepier Today But Used To Be A Boon Once

After the invention of Daguerreotype (1839) the practice of family portraiture became common place. Due to extremely high mortality rate then the middle class found a good opportunity to immortalize the loved one is pictures. However, it looks as creepy as a horror movie about a victorian family but the truth is, it was kind of a boon then for many reasons. And taking the right snap obviously used to take a great time, energy and objects. Have a look at these images and see how it was to be being photographed with the deceased ones.


20

You Cannot Distinguish The Dead One Between The Two

19

This Has Some Obviousness Or It is What I Feel

18

The Dead One Got A Perfect Shot

 The attention of the camera was focused to the dead girl instead of parents as they moved slowly. 
17

Very Difficult For A Mother to Pose With The Dead Lovedone

 The photography was not easy then and the clients had to sit standstill for a longer spell unless the photo had been taken.

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20 Victorian Photos With The Dead Loved Ones Look Creepier Today But Used To Be A Boon Once

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