Old-time photography, also known as antique and amusement photography, is a genre of novelty photography.
Some studios specialize in the genre, and others ply their trade at festivals and historical reenactment events. It is a popular family activity at amusement parks and other tourist destinations, mostly in the United States. Many of these old-time photography studios are located in historic cities that naturally draw visitors looking to experience how people lived in past eras. Some photo booths will do sepia toned prints for a similar look.
- Ron Burgess (2004). ""Old-Time Photography" and the Digital Age". In Patrick Rice. Professional Digital Imaging for Wedding and Portrait Photographers. Amherst Media. ISBN 1-58428-128-6.
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