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Fading Away, 1858.

1858 "Fading Away," Henry Peach Robinson. Constructed by Robinson from five individual negatives. It was a favourite of Queen Victoria's husband, Albert, who bought a print and placed a standing order for all further composite images produced by Robinson.

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Portrait of a patient from Surrey County Asylum, no, 1    Creator: Dr. Hugh Welch Diamond (1808 - 1886)  Date: c. 1855

prev pinner note: Portrait of a patient from Surrey County Asylum, no, 1 Creator: Dr. Hugh Welch Diamond - Date: c.

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Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child, Rogier van der Weyden

Interested in manipulated photos? Then have a look at this site, http://www.alteredimagesbdc.org/ . The original image (seen above) shows Nikolai Yezhov, chief of the Soviet secret police walking alongside Joseph Stalin (on his left side) and a third official close to Stalin's right arm. After presiding over mass arrests and executions during the Great Purge (1936-38), Yezhov became a victim himself. He was arrested, sentenced to death, executed (in 1940) - and removed from the image.

Interested in manipulated photos? Then have a look at this site, http://www.alteredimagesbdc.org/ . The original image (seen above) shows Nikolai Yezhov, chief of the Soviet secret police walking alongside Joseph Stalin (on his left side) and a third official close to Stalin's right arm. After presiding over mass arrests and executions during the Great Purge (1936-38), Yezhov became a victim himself. He was arrested, sentenced to death, executed (in 1940) - and removed from the image.

1858 World's First Photomontage  Henry Peach Robinson [wiki] made the world's first photomontage by combining multiple negatives to form a single image.  Robinson's first and most famous composite photo, called "Fading Away", was a composition of five negatives. It depicted a girl dying of consumption (or tuberculosis), and quite controversial as some objected to the morbid subject of the photo.

Crédit photo The Royal Photographic Society Collection au National Media Museum © National Media Museum - Henry Peach Robinson Fading Away, 1858

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