In the early 50s, people would wear clothes that didn’t have sleeves, so it was often possible to take a photo of your clothes, which would show the silhouette and the fabric.

It would be your first impression of the designer.

But by the mid-60s, designers were starting to start to use photographs to show off their work, which had become so popular.

So why weren’t people using the same techniques to show their work now?

As the 50s wore on, designers started to use Photoshop to show how their designs looked in a photograph.

The technique has since been adapted to many other disciplines, and is still being used today, such as printing.

More: How to get your photos into the hands of the world.