Home
Search results “Vintage hollywood photo”
Vintage Hollywood In 52 Photos
 
09:17
Vintage Hollywood In 52 Photos
Views: 201571 Yesterday Today
51 Vintage Photos of Hollywood Actors from the 1930s
 
08:25
51 Vintage Photos of Hollywood Actors from the 1930s
Views: 11537 Yesterday Today
Vintage Hollywood Couple Photo Shoot by Jerry Ghionis
 
02:42:35
Watch Jerry Ghionis live as he photographs a couple session themed in a vintage Hollywood style. You will see the photographs Jerry creates straight out of camera! Tune in live on June 6, 2018!
Views: 29940 Jerry Ghionis
Classic Portrait: Old Hollywood Style Photography
 
12:31
Today we're taking a look at how to pull off an "old Hollywood" style setup in the studio.
Views: 20776 MatthewSimmonsPhoto
I LOVE when photographers share their VINTAGE contact sheets: "Hollywood Frame By Frame"
 
04:03
Click Here to purchase this book on amazon. http://amzn.to/1UbWei0 Contact sheets are on their way to becoming a thing of the past. It's possible they already have been forgotten or never even thought of by new photographers. I love seeing contact sheets as they show you every picture that was taken on a roll. You can see the bad photos next to the good photos next to the great photos. I spent hours in the darkroom studying my contact sheets and deciding what I will print next. I shared them with friends and teachers to see what they thought, we passed them around on the light table and we ultimately made a decision as to what we would print. I ordered this book because it is made up entirely of contact sheets from old movie sets. They may not be the most famous images in the world but it gives you a look inside of a world that most people have never seen. Contact sheets are on their way to becoming a thing of the past. It's possible they already have been forgotten or never even thought of by new photographers. I love seeing contact sheets as they show you every picture that was taken on a roll. You can see the bad photos next to the good photos next to the great photos. I spent hours in the darkroom studying my contact sheets and deciding what I will print next. I shared them with friends and teachers to see what they thought, we passed them around on the light table and we ultimately made a decision as to what we would print. I ordered this book because it is made up entirely of contact sheets from old movie sets. They may not be the most famous images in the world but it gives you a look inside of a world that most people have never seen. Description from Amazon:There is a voyeuristic thrill in contact sheets, the direct prints used by photographers of the pre-digital age to edit their work. You look directly through the photographer's eyes as each photo gets closer to that perfect shot. And yet, it's often the photos not chosen that best capture the true spirit of their subjects and the life they lead after the director yells cut. This was never truer than in the classic Hollywood era, where behind-the-scenes photos were carefully vetted for marketing purposes and unapproved shots were never expected to be seen again. Hollywood Frame by Frame presents hundreds of never-before-published photos from the sets of some of the greatest films of the twentieth century. Hollywood's biggest stars are caught with their guard down behind the scenes of movie classics from Some Like It Hot and Breakfast at Tiffany's to Taxi Driver and The Silence of the Lambs. A treasure trove for any fan of Hollywood's Golden Age, this rare glimpse of the unseen silver screen will intrigue even movie buffs who think they've seen everything. Please Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jaredpolin To connect with FroKnowsPhoto please follow below http://froknowsphoto.com/flashguide/ Check out the FroKnowsPhoto Flash Guide. http://froknowsphoto.com/fro-video-gu... FroKnowsPhoto Beginner Guide http://store.froknowsphoto.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/froknowsphoto Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/froknowsphoto
Views: 10065 Jared Polin
Vintage Hollywood and Pinup Photography Tutorial
 
02:09:24
Want to learn how to shoot 1940's Hollywood style or Modern Pinup style? Then check out my video tutorial!
Views: 1366 Bushido Photo, LLC
Vintage Hollywood Photoshoot BTS for Fiilex P360 review
 
02:32
Article link: http://www.slrlounge.com/gear-review-fiilex-led-light Fiilex released an advanced LED system studio light that boasts full-spectrum light and the ability to mount any Profoto modifiers. But is this LED light worth the spotlight? We used the 11 Fiilex P360 LED lights and the Phase One IQ180 medium format camera to find out.
Vintage Hollywood Photographs from AbeBooks
 
01:33
AbeBooks.com is famous for helping people find used, rare and out-of-print books, but our marketplace also offers thousands of photographs, including hundreds featuring Hollywood stars from Greta Garbo to Lee Marvin. Signed publicity images, candid on-set photographs and rare snaps from the very early days of cinema are offered for sale from our booksellers, some of whom specialize in film and cinema. Find 75 stunning vintage Hollywood photos at AbeBooks.com: http://www.abebooks.com/books/features/vintage-hollywood-photographs/index.shtml
Views: 203795 AbeBooks.com
51 Vintage Photos Showing Blonde Hollywood Actresses of the 1950s
 
08:44
51 Vintage Photos Showing Blonde Hollywood Actresses of the 1950s
Views: 6909 Yesterday Today
64 Vintage Photos of Life in America during the 1950s
 
09:36
64 Vintage Photos of Life in America during the 1950s (Images via Vieilles Annonces)
Views: 372507 Yesterday Today
30 Vintage Hollywood Starlet Christmas Pin up Photos
 
05:14
30 Vintage Hollywood Starlet Christmas Pin up Photos
Views: 7094 Yesterday Today
Vintage photo shoot lighting setup & edit | Photography tutorial
 
22:44
Come with me as my good friend and I hit the studio and create a vintage, sexy and dramatic black and white photo shoot. Learn my thought process, my lighting setup, as well as how I edited the photos. Enjoy! Show your support by LIKING the video and hitting that SUBSCRIBE button below. Comment with any questions! Enjoy! Website: www.ConnorMoriarty.com Instagram: @ConnorMoriarty_Photo Twitter: @ConnorPMoriarty Song: LAKEY INSPIRED - Going Up (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/wMBNp0ox6BQ
Views: 6697 Connor Moriarty
Old Hollywood actresses   pictures
 
02:09
lauren bacall ava gardner marilyn monroe elizabeth taylor ingrid bergman vivien leigh
Views: 1693 A1EntertainmentLover
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 6)
 
09:27
MOVIE STARS, PART 6 (47 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 73491 PERFECT LIFE
Vintage Hollywood Movie Photos
 
01:58
Vintage Cleopatra, Ceaser and Mark Antony movie photos Music (Cleopatra 1999) Cleopatra and Antony through the years Cleopatra (1917) Theda Bara as Cleopatra and Thurston Hall as Antony Cleopatra (1934) Claudette Colbert as Cleopatra and Henry Wilcoxon as Antony Cleopatra (1963) Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra and Richard Burton as Antony Cleopatra (1999) Leonar Varela as Cleopatra and Billy Zane as Antony Cleopatra (2002) Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra and James Purefoy as Antony Music soundtrack (Cleopatra 1999)
40 Vintage Photos of Hollywood Actors in Their Daily Lives
 
06:54
40 Vintage Photos of Hollywood Actors in Their Daily Lives
Views: 182472 Yesterday Today
25 Vintage Pictures of Hollywood Icons at The Oscars
 
02:21
Check out Meryl Streep, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor & more of your favorite Hollywood stars in these blast from the past photos at the Acadmey Awards over the years.
Views: 2415 ELLE
25 old Photos of young Teenage Girls of the 1920s
 
04:31
25 old Photos of young Teenage Girls of the 1920s. actress and ziegfeld girls Todays historical old photos: 1 Hollywood Actress and co-founder of the United Artists studios, Mary Pickford, 1920 2 Woman's bathing suit from 1920s 3 Actress Dolores Costello, Ziegfeld girl, ca. 1923 4 Ziegfeld girl Fanny Brice, 1920s 5 Ziegfeld girl Drucilla Strain, 1929 6 American actress Marjorie Daw, 1920 7 Mack Sennett's bathing beauties posed on automobile, Washington, D.C., 1919 8 Actress Barbara Stanwyck, Ziegfeld girl, ca. 1924 9 Actress Caryl Bergman, Ziegfeld, between 1910 and 1920 10 Promotional still from the 1936 film The Great Ziegfeld 11 Actress Doris Eaton Travis as Ziegfeld Girl, 1920 12 Actress Muriel Finlay, Ziegfeld girl, ca. 1928 13 Viennese choreographer Albertina Rasch, circa 1915 14 Actress Fanny Brice, Follies-girl, 1915 15 Actress Doris Eaton Travis in her youth, around 1918-1920 16 A portrait of Bacon who was once "America's Most Beautiful Dancer", late 1920s 17 Actress Doris Eaton Travis in her youth, about 1920 18 Actress Peggy Shannon, 1920s 19 Actress Billy Dove, about 1920 20 American actress, 1920 21 Actress Rubye De Remer, 1922 22 Actress Julanne Johnston, 1921 23 Actress Louise Brooks, about 1920 24 Actress Marion Davies, 1920 25 American actress Rubye De Remer, 1921 Welcome to the WorldOfPics We have lots of classic and historic Photos and Pictures form the past. If you love History or just want to see into the past, this channel is for you. On this Channel you will find historic photos of Cities People and Presidents as well as old Photos form Technology and the Life in the past. Don't forget to Subscribe if you want to see more about the history of the world: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-dcg4bRv0PNfydeyaWVXpA?sub_confirmation=1 More Old Historic Photos in Playlists: Historic old Photos from History: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26z-zSLVfQ&list=PL-k5kGxX642Mduf7y_rqLdBw3lL5STX-K US Presidents and Heads of States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZInjLGhNOZ0&list=PL-k5kGxX642ONIZIpz0zFd82SIGzN02GI World of Pics Today's Historic Photos:
Views: 976606 WorldOfPics
48 Vintage Photos Of Life In The Wild West
 
08:19
48 Vintage Photos Of Life In The Wild West
Views: 824446 Yesterday Today
51 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1930's
 
08:46
51 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1930's
Views: 249080 Yesterday Today
If you think old Hollywood movies weren't naughty...
 
04:50
...then think again! If you like this video, please support these film preservation charities: The British Film Institute, https://www.bfi.org.uk/filmisfragile/ The Film Foundation, http://www.film-foundation.org/donation The George Eastman Museum, http://eastman.org/donate The Production Code, rigidly enforced from 1934 onwards, put paid to much of the naughtiness, which is why the vast majority of these clips hail from the pre-Code era - a period that saw a veritable flood of delightfully debauched movies hit the screens. Even after the Code came into effect, however, the occasional naughty moment slipped through... Turn on subtitles to find out the film names.
Views: 1884566 Nerd Fest UK
56 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1960's
 
10:32
56 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1960's
Views: 442857 Yesterday Today
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 9)
 
09:44
MOVIE STARS, PART 9 (51 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 253353 PERFECT LIFE
Vintage Hollywood Christmas Photos from 1920-1970
 
02:08
A compilation of 60 vintage black and white photos of Hollywood actresses celebrating Christmas from 1920 through 1970. Shown in order of appearance: Fay Wray Norma Shearer Louise Brooks Alice White Jayne Mansfield Clara Bow Elaine Shepard Grace Bradley Rita Hayworth Sally Phipps Myrna Loy Joan Crawford Shirley Temple Olga San Juan Joan Crawford Phyllis Brooks Ava Gardner (and dog) Marilyn Monroe Carole Lombard Iris Adrian Thelma Todd Patricia Northrup Kim Novak Irene Hervey Mary Martin Vera Allen Martha Vickers Dorothy Malone Carole Lombard Elizabeth Taylor Cyd Charisse Ann Miller Sandra Dee Janet Leigh Debbie Reynolds Debbie Reynolds again Kim Novak Cyd Charisse Lana Turner Jayne Mansfield Norma Jean Baker (aka Marilyn Monroe) Diana Dors Belinda Lee Esther Williams Suzanne Pleshette Sophia Loren Joan Collins Julie Christie Sharon Tate Barbara Eden Barbara Eden again Sophia Loren Jane Fonda Jane Fonda again Brigitte Bardot Ann Margret Yvonne Craig Audrey Hepburn (and Santa) Ann Margret Merry Christmas! www.ifitshipitshere.com
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 5)
 
06:23
MOVIE STARS, PART 5 (31 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 51909 PERFECT LIFE
Vintage "Hollywood and Vine" Thanks for Driving By
 
03:53
Vintage "Hollywood and Vine" Great Photo's thru the years of the Iconic Intersection
Grisly Vintage Crime Scene Photos
 
07:52
Many police departments in America basically have the armory and resources of small nations (at least according to television shows). Before the turn of the century, though, investigators basically had to sit around and hope someone would confess to a murder. The daguerreotype process of photography was invented in 1839, but the police didn't even use it to identify victims until the 1870's. The technology has advanced since then, but the processes of crime scene photography have remained fairly similar. Photography of a crime scene can help solve a case (and often does). These vintage pictures of murder scenes show the origins of modern-day police investigation techniques, and they're fascinating. *********************************************************************** -Music: The Mysteries That are Unsolved) Piano/Mystery/Horror by: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=162 ***********************************************************************
Views: 1175489 Luth Luther
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 4)
 
09:30
MOVIE STARS, PART 4 (47 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 148838 PERFECT LIFE
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 1)
 
08:30
MOVIE STARS, PART 1 (43 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 62137 PERFECT LIFE
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 3)
 
09:50
MOVIE STARS, PART 3 (50 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 103312 PERFECT LIFE
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 7)
 
09:45
MOVIE STARS, PART 7 (50 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 118192 PERFECT LIFE
41 Top Rare Cool Vintage Celebrity Wedding Photos
 
05:10
41 Top Rare Cool Vintage Celebrity Wedding Photos 1. Mary Pickford, 1920 2. Natalie Talmage and Buster Keaton, 1921 3. Wallis Simpson and Edward, Prince of Wales, 1937 4. Nat King Cole and Maria Hawkins Ellington, 1948 5. Elizabeth Taylor and Conrad Hilton, 1950 6. Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra, 1951 7. Elizabeth Taylor and MIchael Wilding, 1952 8. Brigitte Bardot and Roger Vadim, 1952 9. Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy, 1953 10. Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer, 1954 11. Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco, 1956 12. Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, 1956 13. Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, 1957 14. Sammy Davis Jr. and May Britt, 1960 15. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, 1964 16. Jane Fonda and Roger Vadim, 1965 17. Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, 1966 18. George Harrison and Patti Boyd, 1966 19. Angela King and Eric Burdon, 1967 20. Liza Minnelli and Peter Allen, 1967 21. Priscilla Beaulieu and Elvis Presley, 1967 22. Audrey Hepburn and Andrea Dotti, 1969 23. Cilla Black and Bobby Willis, 1969 24. John Lennon and Yoko Ono, 1969 25. Lulu and Maurice Gibb, 1969 26. Russ Meyer and Edy Williams, 1970 27. Mick Jagger and Bianca Jagger, 1971 28. Faye Dunaway and Peter Wolf, 1974 29. Becky Collins, 1971 30. Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler, 1971 31. Firefly and Mike Taylor, 1972 32. Nerys Hughes and Patrick Turley, 1972 33. Chris Squire and Nikki James, 1972 34. Lindsey Rudland and Andrew Clewer, 1973 35. John Peel and Shelagh Gilhooly, 1974 36. Diana Darvey and Terry Gittings, 1975 37. Lorna Luft and Jake Hooker, 1977 38. Aretha Franklin and Glynn Turman, 1978 39. Alana Hamilton and Rod Stewart, 1979 40. Princess Diana and Prince Charles, 1981 41. Renata Blauel and Elton John, 1984 I am not owner of this content.all content and images are collected from google.music collect from youtube. Rauchus by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ Please Subscribe AllinAll. ====================================================== #RareVintagePhoto #CelebrityWeddingPic ====================================================== wedding, celebrity, photos, vintage, pippa middleton wedding, celebrity news, pippa middleton, bridal, style, makeup, fashion, amazing, beauty,photography, wedding photography,celebrity wedding,celebrity,wedding videos, marriage, best, top 10, wedding video, wedding dance, groom, reception, funny, married, surprise, love, bride,ceremony
Views: 341298 AllinAll
1920s Vintage  Elegance & 1950s Old Hollywood Glamour Photo shoots by Perfect Events
 
02:28
Come behind the scenes of our iconic photo shoot held at the luxurious Connaught Hotel in the heart of prestige Mayfair, London. Exuding glamour, elegance and style, each shoot planned and styled by Perfect Events a luxury bespoke Wedding and Evening Planning and Styling company based in London. Featuring an exquisite collection of handpicked designer bridal wear, shoes, wedding stationery, flowers, cakes, dessert tables, hairstyles, makeup, bridal accessories, bridal jewellery and much more - in the essence all must haves for brides seeking something truly amazing for their special day. Credits Concept, Planning & Styling www.perfectevents4all.com Venue & Tableware: www.the-connaught.co.uk Photography: www.bandelezuberi.com Cinematography: www.deneemotion.com Cakes & Dessert Tables: www.elizabethscakeemporium Makeup: www.alisoncameronmakeup.com Hair: www.kasiafortuna.co.uk Flowers: www.wildabout.co.uk Linen: www.overthetoprentals.co.uk Chairs and Gold Circle Backdrop: www.greathire.co.uk Stationery: www.cardlab.co.uk Hair Accessories & Jewellery: www.mybluegarter.com Shoes: www.arunaseth.com Shoes: www.gina.com 1st & 3rd Dress - 'Babette' & 'Lorna': www.bruceoldfield.com 2nd Dress - 'Angelina: www.sassiholford.com 4th Dress - Buckingham: www.stephanieallin.net Model: Sally McDonald
Views: 5822 Perfect Events UK
PIXIES PHOTOGRAPHY ~ VINTAGE HOLLYWOOD PHOTO SHOOT
 
02:50
Pixies Photography does a Vintage Hollywood-style boudoir photo shoot. Thanks Katie, you looked classy, sexy & oh-so beautiful! We are located in Chaska, MN. Call us today to book a date! 651~321~4749
Views: 790 Pixies Photography
Old Hollywood Photography
 
04:13
Kevin Cole Photography is bringing back the glamour of Old Hollywood Photography in the style of the 1940's.
Views: 170 Kevin Cole
Old Hollywood Black and White Makeup Tutorial of Merle Oberon | Troy Jensen Iconic Makeover
 
08:53
Old Hollywood starlets looked beautiful in their black and white photos and films of the 1920s and 1930s. But there was a very specific makeup technique that made their look work without color. Watch this video to see celebrity makeup artist and photographer Troy Jensen transform Susan Yara into the iconic actress Merle Oberon of Wuthering Heights. The makeover includes black and white makeup tips, costume changes and a photoshoot that can't be missed! It might even inspire your next Halloween costume. Special thanks to: For the Stars Fashion House in Los Angeles Cynthia Bach Jewelry MUSIC: "Youth in Decay" by Troves https://soundcloud.com/trovesband/youth_in_decay Follow Troy Jensen @ItsTroyJensen Follow Susan Yara: @SusanYara If you liked this video, watch these: Get Kylie Jenner Lips: https://youtu.be/Mcq2oPWosz0 Awesome Makeup Tips: https://youtu.be/ltt15TvSD-g If you like our videos, please share and SUBSCRIBE! www.youtube.com/mixedmakeupchannel
Views: 58922 Mixed Makeup
RARE VINTAGE PHOTOS (50 PICS)
 
10:44
If it wasn’t for the invention of the camera, many great moments in our history would be lost forever. Thankfully, we have a tremendous visual record of times past, and they help piece together history as we know it. Some photographs, however, are so rare that they show history as you’ve never seen it before. And if these never-before-seen pictures from the past prove anything, it’s that we still have a lot to learn.
Views: 297838 PERFECT LIFE
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE IN HISTORY (PART 6)
 
07:26
It’s not always you come across your favorite famous people. Some of them you might never get to see in your lifetime. So much for wishful thinking. No need to fret. Thanks to the inventors of photography, we can still get a glimpse of how these people lived their lives in very rare captured images of famous people. You do not always get to see them like they are in these rare photographs. So feast your eyes on some of the photos we have selected of Hollywood stars, political figures, artists and other famous people in some of their casual or candid moments.
Views: 34718 PERFECT LIFE
3 INSANE OLD HOLLYWOOD SCANDALS (3)
 
12:16
★ OPEN ME!! ★ From a New Years tragedy to one of Old Hollywood's best kept secrets to the story behind one of Hollywood's most famous photos, today we dive into 3 more scandals of Old Hollywood. 3 Insane Old Hollywood Scandals Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2hw7xXCjeg&t=1s 3 Insane Old Hollywood Scandals Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=661ElpvLdwU&t=318s The Unsolved Case of William Desmond Taylor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTOkxPkZU3c&t=183s Judy Lewis Clips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kSrcxcpOB8&t=4s My Intro Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8aSrLda8_Q My Outro Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDfdJQqOrPQ What's On My Lips (Intro and Outro): Gerard Cosmetics Hydra-Matte Liquid Lipstick in the shade "Serenity" What's On My Lips (Transformation and Thumnail): Wet N' Wild MegaLast Lip Color in the shade "Red Velvet" Wig: https://www.everydaywigs.com/14-pink-short-synthetic-lace-front-wigedw1057-p-1557.html ○Social Media○ ♡Instagram: @gabulosis ♡Snapchat: @gabulosnaps **FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES** [email protected] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sources: http://blogs.denverpost.com/library/2012/11/16/1924-hollywood-scandal-denver-clubman-courtland-dines/4771/ http://vintagepowderroom.com/?tag=courtland-dines http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/loretta-young-date-raped-clark-gable-relative-article-1.2290866 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2068727/Judy-Lewis-dies-Clark-Gable-Loretta-Youngs-love-child-dies-cancer-76.html https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2014/11/story-behind-infamous-sophia-loren-jayne-mansfield-photo http://ew.com/article/2014/11/03/sophia-loren-jayne-mansfield/ http://people.com/movies/the-true-story-behind-sophia-lorens-iconic-side-eye-to-jayne-mansfield/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. It is illegal to make a false copyright claim and such actions may lead to our party seeking compensation for losses.
Views: 50210 gabulosis
Emotional Vintage Photos Of Gay Couples
 
03:39
These are Emotional Vintage Photos Of Gay Couples. Photographs of vintage gay couples showing that love between same-sex couples, though hidden, always existed. Images that remind us that love actually does not know the time. Homosexual love, although hidden or treated as something forbidden throughout history, has always existed. Not only between people, also in the animal kingdom with openly gay species, hermaphrodites , etc. *************************************** We do not own all the materials as well as footages used in this video. For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] *************************************** Follow LGBT Top List: ☞Facebook: https://goo.gl/QPQkQP ☞ Google Plus: https://goo.gl/jbKpwF ☞ Tumblr: http://goo.gl/nV5jw8
Views: 379604 LGBT Top List
Mark Easter's Vintage Hollywood Photos
 
02:10
In 1976 I was given this box of vintage Hollywood photos and I was told to hang on to them as they would become more valuable with age. I was amazed when I opened the box after all these years. The photography is stunning and reminds me of the many movies I had watched as a kid. Almost all of these photographs are numbered, and they are in pristine condition! Jimmy Stewart, James Cagney, Rock Husdon, Gregory Peck, Rita Hayworth, Kirk Douglas, and a box full of Hollywood starlets and their gorgeous 8 x 10" glamour photos! There's incredible behind the scenes photos of legendary stars including Cagney, Audey Murphy and more. Old "Keystone Cops" looking photos, old horror classics like Dracula, Frankenstein, Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, and Sci-Fi classics like "This Island Earth" and "The Mole People!" Frank Sinatra, Sean Connery, Barbara Stanwick, Tony Curtis, Michael Cane, Audrey Hepburn, Doris Day, and an amazing assortment of famous actors I don't know. Most of these movie photos were actually sets of two, three, four and more! This is a Hollywood memorabilia collector's dream come true! oh, the memories........
Views: 31 easterfilmsdotcom
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CLASSIC MOVIE STARS (PART 2)
 
08:46
MOVIE STARS, PART 2 (41 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
Views: 101213 PERFECT LIFE
50 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1970s  Volume 2
 
08:41
50 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1970s Volume 2
Views: 113580 Yesterday Today
RARE VINTAGE PHOTOS (32 PICS)
 
07:04
If it wasn’t for the invention of the camera, many great moments in our history would be lost forever. Thankfully, we have a tremendous visual record of times past, and they help piece together history as we know it. Some photographs, however, are so rare that they show history as you’ve never seen it before. And if these never-before-seen pictures from the past prove anything, it’s that we still have a lot to learn.
Views: 257358 PERFECT LIFE
22 Vintage Photos of Hollywood Actresses Posing in Halloween Costumes From the 1930s
 
03:54
22 Vintage Photos of Hollywood Actresses Posing in Halloween Costumes From the 1930s
Views: 2296 Yesterday Today
GAY HISTORY, VINTAGE PHOTOS
 
07:28
Dedicated to the LGBT community and Allies
Views: 719453 FAMOUS GRAVES
40 COOL VINTAGE PHOTOS OF CELEBRITY WEDDINGS
 
07:17
A Collection of 40 Cool Vintage Photos of Celebrity Weddings: A look back at some of the most beautiful celebrity weddings of all time—from iconic Hollywood actresses to glamorous royals. 1. Natalie Talmage and Buster Keaton, 1921. 2. Wallis Simpson and Edward, Prince of Wales, 1937. 3. Nat King Cole and Maria Hawkins Ellington, 1948. 4. Elizabeth Taylor and Conrad Hilton, 1950. 5. Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra, 1951. 6. Elizabeth Taylor and MIchael Wilding, 1952. 7. Brigitte Bardot and Roger Vadim, 1952. 8. Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy, 1953. 9. Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer, 1954. 10. Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco, 1956. 11. Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, 1956. 12. Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, 1957. 13. Sammy Davis Jr. and May Britt, 1960. 14. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, 1964. 15. Jane Fonda and Roger Vadim, 1965. 16. Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, 1966. 17. George Harrison and Patti Boyd, 1966. 18. Angela King and Eric Burdon, 1967. 19. Liza Minnelli and Peter Allen, 1967. 20. Priscilla Beaulieu and Elvis Presley, 1967. 21. Audrey Hepburn and Andrea Dotti, 1969. 22. Cilla Black and Bobby Willis, 1969. 23. John Lennon and Yoko Ono, 1969. 24. Lulu and Maurice Gibb, 1969. 25. Russ Meyer and Edy Williams, 1970. 26. Mick Jagger and Bianca Jagger, 1971. 27. Faye Dunaway and Peter Wolf, 1974. 28. Becky Collins, 1971 Becky Collins, 1971. 29. Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler, 1971. 30. Firefly and Mike Taylor, 1972. 31. Nerys Hughes and Patrick Turley, 1972. 32. Chris Squire and Nikki James, 1972. 33. Lindsey Rudland and Andrew Clewer, 1973. 34. John Peel and Shelagh Gilhooly, 1974. 35. Diana Darvey and Terry Gittings, 1975. 36. Lorna Luft and Jake Hooker, 1977. 37. Aretha Franklin and Glynn Turman, 1978. 38. Alana Hamilton and Rod Stewart, 1979. 39. Princess Diana and Prince Charles, 1981. 40. Renata Blauel and Elton John, 1984. Labels: famous people, history, life, portraits, wedding
Views: 12076 PERFECT LIFE
40 MOST POWERFUL & RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS (VOL. 29)
 
08:01
Rare Photographs Vol. 29 (40 photos) Human history is truly a swinging pendulum of ups and downs. The centuries have been sprinkled with both terrible, bleak events, and beautiful hopeful moments. Since the invention of the photograph, those events and moments have been recorded for us, allowing us a window into a time that we never actually got to see for ourselves. #historyofart #HistoryNerd #historyinpictures #historylover #historybuff #HistoryInTheMaking #historychannel #historyvikings #HistoryLesson #historygeek #historymemes #historytv18 #historytv18india #historymade #HistoryMuseum #HistoryMakers #history4u #historychannelindia #historytour #historylovers #HIStoryEra #historybooks #historybook #historyteacher #HistoryMaker #historyplace #historyearned #historyphoto #historyhunters #historyworldwar2 #historyclass #historychannelvikings #historytime #HistoryPorn #historyofarchitecture #historygram #historyoffashion #HistoryPics #historyofmedicine #historyiscool #historyart #historyofindia #historybuilding #historycity #historyofwhoo #historyandpics #historyphotographed #historyrocks #historycar #historyofcinema #vintage #vintagestyle #vintagefashion #vintageshop #vintageclothing #vintagecar #vintagedecor #vintagelove #vintageinspired #vintagehome #VintageCars #VintageFurniture #VintageWedding #vintagejewelry #vintageforsale #vintagewatch #vintagedress #vintagelife #vintagefinds #vintagestore #vintagelook #vintagebag #vintagetoys #vintagephoto #vintagegirl #vintagelover #vintageclothes #vintagehair #vintagebike #vintagephotography #vintagemotorcycle #vintagechristmas #vintagewatches #VintageShopping #vintagerolex #vintagecamera #vintagedesign #vintagebooks #vintagesale #vintagetshirt #vintageguitar #vintageart #vintagelens #vintagetee #vintagemarket #vintagekitchen #vintagebride #vintageracing #VintageShirt #vintagefabric
Views: 7823115 PERFECT LIFE
50 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1960s  Volume 10
 
08:34
50 Amazing Vintage Photos from the 1960s Volume 10
Views: 149312 Yesterday Today
How obsessive artists colorize old photos
 
07:06
Photo colorization artists use a combination of research, physics, and technology to digitally reconstruct history's black and white record. Help us make more ambitious videos by joining the Vox Video Lab. It gets you exclusive perks, like livestream Q&As with all the Vox creators, a badge that levels up over time, and video extras bringing you closer to our work! Learn more at http://bit.ly/video-lab Artist links: Jordan Lloyd (@jordanjlloydhq): http://dynamichrome.com/ Mads Madsen (@Madsmadsench): http://www.colorized-history.com/ Marina Amaral (@marinamaral2): http://www.marinamaral.com/ Dana Keller (@HistoryInColor): http://www.danarkeller.com/ Patty Allison (@imbuedwithhues): https://imbuedwithhues.wordpress.com/ The Paper Time Machine: https://unbound.com/books/paper-time-machine Photo colorization isn’t just coloring within the lines — it requires meticulous research to make sure that every detail is historically accurate. The color of military uniforms, signs, vehicles, and world fashion spanning decades needs to be accounted for before even opening digital software like Photoshop. That means digging through sources like diaries, government records, old advertisements, and even consulting historical experts to get the colors right. But even after the arduous research, restoration, and blending of color, the image still isn’t finished. In order to achieve true photorealism, the physics of how light works in the atmosphere needs to be taken into account. Colors look different depending on the lighting conditions when the photo was taken, so artists rely on shadows and the location of light to make an educated guess about the time of day in a black-and-white photo. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
Views: 2488732 Vox

Frank lloyd wright house in phoenix
Bed bug exterminator boston
Gemmas visionen books free download
Free online synthesizer no download
Meningitis books free download