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From: "Steven Oge" <>
Subject: Re: Sordid details and sour pusses
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 1998 20:07:41 -0500
Maybe the children were asleep and wired to a board
with eyes painted on their eyelids
sumpin to tink aboot
> Subject: Re: Sordid details and sour pusses
> Date: Friday, February 27, 1998 6:48 PM
> This really makes me wonder how the got such good pictures of babies and
> little children.
> MA><< Is there a reason why no one smiled on the old pictures?
> MA>What I found is that they had been smiling... taking a picture in that
> MA>period meant a lot of waiting while the film was being exposed. If
> MA>asked to smile could you actually hold it a whole five + minutes? One
> MA>type of my Irish immigrant (gggrandfather) shows how his right
> MA>actually moved during the exposure of the film (the finger is
> MA>making it look like he was deformed (which he wasn't).
> MA>I have a lot of old pictures from the early 1900's and backwards in
> MA>family and there are some who actually was able to hold the smile
> MA>made them look rather creepy looking.
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