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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On September - 17 - 2018
Arnold and Helen Hogg selfie

Arnold and Helen Hogg selfie

Hiroshi Ueda, this Japanese man is often mentioned as the first ever founder of SELFIE stick. However, the following old picture will show you that it is in fact not a new invention because it has been used since 90 years ago, long before digital camera or other Smartphone cameras were even found.

A picture taken by a couple in 1926 shows Arnold and Helen Hogg are using a stick to take a picture of themselves on the street near their abode in Rugby, Warwickshire, England exactly a year after their marriage. Read the rest of this entry »

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