“Bicycles and itinerant photography finally enjoyed a healthy and prosperous relationship by the mid-1890s from two key innovations: safety bicycles (widely regarded as the most important development in the history of bicycles) and small self-casing, folding cameras.”
As long as there’s been bikes, photographers have attached cameras to them. Lost to history are probably lots of photos, right before impact, when the photographer did an endo on those penny farthings.
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