Post-Mortem Photography was done in preparation to have a printed photo of your dead family member to proudly display in the home. In the unfortunate event of a loved one dying, it would be considered unusual, or perhaps even frowned upon, if we were to take a photograph of their body or face. However, post-mortem photography was once a common practice out of love and respect.
- The Guardian - Georgina Smith
Before, us females were seen as a weak point ... But now we have been recognised Eunice Mantei Her black boots brushing through swathes of yellow-brown bush, 24-year-old Purity Amleset is feeling tense.