If holding a camera in front of your face and snapping a picture is too much trouble, then you might be interested in the S.E.L.F.I.E. Mirror (which stands for Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine).
When you stand in front of it, it automatically takes a picture of you and uploads it to Twitter.
Although, if it's taking the picture, then is it still a selfie? Or is it a mirrorie? [via slashgear
The camera: $26.75 in 1957 = $222.68 in 2014
The projector: $64.50 in 1957 = $536.92 in 2014
Total costs to take pictures and display them for others to admire: $759.60
16GB iPhone, no contract: $649.00
A collectible "carte de visite" from the 1880s. See below in extended to find out exactly what "it" was!
You can no longer buy Polaroid cameras, but for $10 you can get a Polaroid look-alike cheese slicer. Available at gamago.com
Why are these lads all assembled for this photo opportunity?
Answer after the jump.
The Johansens are a father-son team of photographers who specialize in using the figurines from a model railroad set to create bizarre scenes. Their website is tinypeoplebiglaughs.com
Here's a Google Earth photo of something at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. That might be a good enough hint.
There's another hint in the categories listing.
Click on the link to learn the fascinating truth.
"The Madeleine works in much the same way as a 35mm camera. Just as the camera records the light information of a visual in order to create a replica The Madeleine records the chemical information of a smell."
Over 300 gruesomely fascinating murder victims, at the NYC Archives.
Of course, the 800K+ other shots are pretty cool as well.