This weeks Sepia Saturday involves a photo with a headless man. So Alan suggested we find photos where the head has been cut off.
My mother was the grand master of cutting people's heads off in photographs. So I could have shown lots of examples of her photographic work. But then I remembered an instructional leaflet that our company had published years ago. This is what I've decided to post even though it's really embarrassing.
We've published lots of how to do it books during the years and that always involved doing cover photographs. We usually hired models for the covers. But somehow, this particular time we were in a hurry, the photographer didn't have time to wait, no models were available. I don't remember exactly why, but Barbara, Patty (an employee) and I had to step in that day and model these lace decorated sweatshirts (yes, believe it or not this was a craze back in the 80s).
None of us wanted to model. We whined and complained about it. Our solution was to:
We just merely chopped off our heads:
You just never know where chopping off heads will lead!
For more posts along these same lines see Sepia Saturday.