Split-Screen Photos Merge Paris Of The 1910s With The Present [Pics]

Split-Screen Photos Merge Paris Of The 1910s With The Present [Pics]
technology

Photographer Audrey Cerdan has created a ‘time machine’ by recapturing photos taken in the past contrasted with modern day.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 march 2013

Rue89 photographer Audrey Cerdan was recently sent to recapture a series of color photos of Paris from the early twentieth century, taken under the direction of Albert Kahn. A ‘time machine’ of sorts shows the images captured in the 1910s next to ones taken in the same location in modern day Paris.

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