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(My Modern Metropolis)   The ugliest ass bulldogs dressed in human clothing from 1905 you're going to see today   (mymodernmet.com) divider line 13
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2012-08-10 10:14:44 AM
Those pit bulls looked shooped.
 
2012-08-10 10:19:15 AM
Dogs don't really understand that they're being dressed up for our amusement.
 
2012-08-10 10:23:56 AM

Rufus Lee King: As pointed out in the article, exposures took quite a while back then. So how, indeed, could the dog sit still for that amount of time?


Taxidermy.
 
2012-08-10 10:26:55 AM
D'awwwww
 
2012-08-10 10:27:40 AM
my money also goes on taxidermy
 
2012-08-10 10:45:49 AM
Aunt Gertrude?
 
2012-08-10 11:06:05 AM
Trivia: Two of those dogs are sporting 'bulldog' style smoking pipes.
 
2012-08-10 11:13:21 AM

Rufus Lee King: DeerNuts: Rufus Lee King: As pointed out in the article, exposures took quite a while back then. So how, indeed, could the dog sit still for that amount of time?


No, they had relatively fast film by 1905. In a studio, you could have used a fast shutter if you had sufficient lighting.
 
2012-08-10 11:32:38 AM
Second photo, the dog is holding a Dunhill white spot pipe, not imported to the US until 1921.

FAIL
 
2012-08-10 11:38:19 AM
Ladies and Gentlemen, I present my Mother in Law

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2012-08-10 12:53:46 PM

mbillips: Rufus Lee King: DeerNuts: Rufus Lee King: As pointed out in the article, exposures took quite a while back then. So how, indeed, could the dog sit still for that amount of time?


No, they had relatively fast film by 1905. In a studio, you could have used a fast shutter if you had sufficient lighting.


Long exposure? Well, if you count a fraction of a second as 'long', yes. By 1905 the shutter & film were almost as fast as an Instamatic.
 
2012-08-10 01:18:31 PM
DeerNuts: Rufus Lee King: As pointed out in the article, exposures took quite a while back then. So how, indeed, could the dog sit still for that amount of time?

A long exposure still isn't very long.
You can get a dog to hold a position with some training and holding a treat or toy off camera - that is how they do dog show pictures.
 
2012-08-10 03:37:00 PM
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What an ugly ass bulldog might look like.
 
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