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Woman taking a photograph (1880s). Notice the multiple folds on the apron; it is fuller than most patterns out there today.

1890 [cabinet card, portrait of a woman with a camera] via the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Photographs Collection

Kitty Kramer. First Kodak  Girl.  1890

Pioneering Female Photographers – Interesting Portraits of Victorian Women Behind Their Cameras ~ vintage everyday

Photographers posing with their cameras from the 19th century.

vintage everyday: 29 Interesting Vintage Photographs of Photographers Posing with Their Cameras from the Century

1880s photo. Variety of fabrics and textures on the dresses. Postman hat on lady in middle.Lady on right wearing mitts.

A group of young Victorian women (friends, cousins, classmates, church members?) pose for a lovely springtime portrait, complete with darling little nosegays of fresh blooms.

19th-century:  Portrait of two women and a camera.Tintypec.1870’s

Tintype of Women Posing with Camera - Cowan's Auctions ca uncased sixth-plate tintype, x in., with clipped corners. The women pose with a camera box, seated atop a daguerreian tripod

castaroundlesmodes:  Twenty-two-year-old Miss E. Alice Austen poses in her Sunday best - a smart overskirt and a hat decorated with white lilacs. She holds a parasol and a silver change purse. Photo taken in June 1888 by Captain Oswald Muller.

castaroundlesmodes: Twenty-two-year-old Miss E. Alice Austen poses in her Sunday best - a smart overskirt and a hat decorated with white lilacs. She holds a parasol and a silver change purse. Photo taken in June 1888 by Captain Oswald Muller.

A Bride and Her Bridesmaids, 1851. Daguerreotype Smithsonian American Art Museum

Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes A Bride and Her Bridesmaids 1851 Daguerreotype Smithsonian American Art Museum Museum purchase made possible by Walter Beck,

Black Victorian woman.

vintage everyday: 51 Charming Vintage Portrait Photos of American-African Young Girls from between the and

A pioneer of photojournalism in the late 1880s and early 1900s, Beals is recognized as the first woman photographer hired on a newspaper staff.

Female photojournalist Jessie Tarbox Beals on the street with her camera, She was the first woman to join a newspaper staff as a photographer.

The colors used in the early period of the Victorian fashion were soft, pastel shades. Patterns were delicate and fashionable, all designed to maintain the femininity of the woman.

The Fascinating Clothing Styles Prevalent in Victorian Fashion

Victorian woman decked in a dress of ruffles, silk & organdy, holding a parasol ultimate time for femininity & photo of a lady wearing a beautiful gown of the era.

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