The title alone evokes warm, fragrant evenings out in the open air, perhaps on an empty beach, looking out to sea as the sun starts to set on the distant horizon.
Vintage imagery wasn’t always vintage. Once upon a time it was brand new. But it doesn’t take long for it to age and begin to look dated, out of touch and past its sell-by-date.
Buyers may be looking for a specific image or for inspiration. In both cases, they are probably in a hurry. The more thought and attention you put into your keywords the more likely your images are to appear in relevant searches.
When you think of the 1st day in January thoughts of champagne, fireworks, and in some cases...bad decisions from the night before may come to mind. However, January 1 has proven to be more than just a day to nurse a hangover. Let's take a look back on moments that occurred on January 1 throughout history.
The original Rosie died last month, but a woman’s work is never done.
A factory photograph of Naomi Parker Fraley, who died in January, was reportedly the model for Rosie the Riveter, an image as popular today as it was in World War II. (Beyoncé even copped a Rosie pose in 2014.)
The woman with the bandana and determined expression, sleeves rolled up and arm flexed, appeared under the heading “We Can Do It,” The poster was created for Westinghouse in 1942, as part of a campaign to boost worker morale. Today the image remains a cultural icon, symbolizing women’s strength, contribution and economic clout.
Topics: Vintage Photography