Vintage photos of N.J. frozen in time

NJ.com 2020年2月13日 20時30分
Greg Hatala/For NJ Advance MediaDon't EditVintage photos of N.J. frozen in timeThe ability of photographers to make time "stand still" in pictures, according to information from wired.com and brittanica.com, resulted from concurrent advances in both film and the camera itself.Civil War-era cameras required the photographer to expose a glass plate coated with silver salts … and it took time. Portrait photos from the 19th century often employed clamps and braces to hold the sitter still while the cameraman removed a lens cap and waited.Shutters began to be developed and improved in the middle of...
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