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Would you photograph a dead relative?


Wealthy Victorians would often prop up a dead loved one and create a studio type setting for a last photo; this was done particularly with new born babies. Today, you may find a beautifully posed Victorian photograph and not be aware that the subject was dead at the time. Would you photograph a dead relative?

 

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