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6 Photos That Make My Heart Skip a Beat

Posted on the 25 February 2020 by Cendrinemedia @cendrinemedia

I spent my first four years as a photographer studying the styles of some of the masters. In the process, I discovered a passion for early photography.

There is something mesmerizing about the way old images look. The process cannot be replicated with a DSLR, which makes those shots even more valuable in my eyes.

The 6 images below are the major reason why I created Reminigrams and started doing film photography.

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The first successful permanent photograph! Joseph Nicéphore Niépce: View from the Window at Le Gras, in Saint-Loup-de-Varennes. (1826) - Source: Wikimedia Commons

William Henry #Jackson *4.4.1843 - †30.6.1942 [#Yosemite] pic.twitter.com/I1Bky0zbbN

- Letnapark (@Letnapark) April 4, 2018
William Henry Jackson on Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park (c.1900) - Source: History Colorado
6 photos that make my heart skip a beat6 photos that make my heart skip a beat
Lewis W. Hine: Children of the Loom. Bibb Mill No. 1, Macon, Georgia. (1909) - Source: Wikimedia Commons
6 photos that make my heart skip a beat6 photos that make my heart skip a beat
Eugene de Salignac (1861-1943): Painters suspended on cables of the Brooklyn Bridge, on 07 October 1914 (1914) - Source: Wikimedia Commons
6 photos that make my heart skip a beat6 photos that make my heart skip a beat
Ansel Adams : The Tetons and the Snake River (1942) Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. - Source: Wikimedia Commons
6 photos that make my heart skip a beat6 photos that make my heart skip a beat
Ansel Adams : White House Ruin, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona. (1942) - Source: Wikimedia Commons

Now, it's your turn to speak. What are your favorite photos?

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