10 Incredible Photos Showing How A Historic Photo Was Literally Brought To Life – WaitUp

10 Incredible Photos Showing How A Historic Photo Was Literally Brought To Life


Maisie Broadhead is a thirty-two-year-old photographer from England who became known for her modern take on historical pictures. For her 2012 exhibition at the National Gallery, London, the artist transformed a model into Lady Elizabeth Eastlake from an 1844 photograph taken by Hill & Adamson. Broadhead turned an empty room into a perfect replica of the nineteenth-century setting, making spectators feel like they had travelled back in time. Here are ten mesmerizing photos from the session – which was also recorded as a time-lapse video – that show how Broadhead literally brought the photo to life.

Side By Side

A comparison of the two photographs, Broadhead's and the original, showcases the modern artist's exquisite attention to detail. There are few differences between the two.

Beginning The Process

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To create the time-lapse video, Broadhead worked with filmmaker Jack Cole. Along with a team, they set up the model and transformed the empty room into their time-machine.


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