Before the self-timer and remote shutter appear, how can the photographer take a photo of himself if there is no one else to help take the photo?
Recently, some people in the Reddit community uploaded an old photo showing the witty practice of a photographer facing this problem.
According to reports, this photo was taken in the early 20th century, about 1920 years ago, has been nearly 100 years old.
In the photo, the photographer himself (perhaps the eldest son of the family?) appeared in a mirror on the stump and cleverly participated in the family photo.
Although the picture is slightly off-line (not comparable to today’s PS technology), it was a smart solution 100 years ago.