Taking self-portraits in mirrors seems like a typical thing from the digital era to you? You are kinda wrong. Capturing yourself with your favorite camera in hands and a gormless expression on your face was around in the swinging Sixties already!
This self-portrait of Paul McCartney proves that people were into taking photos of their own reflections in mirrors way before it was part of the mainstream. Having focused with his twin lens reflex Rolleiflex, the Beatle captured himself in this way:
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