1922: The Dunkley Pramotor Amanda September 10, 2012 1920-1929, Transport 4 CommentsFavourited 1102 times Add to favourites Sources: 1. Memory of the Netherlands, 2. Ebikeriders 4 Responses GZO September 10, 2012 Is the second image the first bad Photoshop job? The Pramotor–and the people’s feet–looks drawn while the top halves of the humans look photographed! Am I right? Reply John September 10, 2012 @GZO- It looks authentic to me. What you’re likely seeing is a photograph re-printed in a magazine or newspaper and then scanned into the computer. So many opportunities for degradation. Reply tr September 11, 2012 Gives a whole new meaning to rubber baby buggy bumpers. Reply LadyK September 22, 2012 @GZO Before Photoshop, pictures for newspaper or magazine reproduction were sometimes touched up to make the subject matter more clear. The touching up would be done with paint on a print of the photo, and then a photo of the photo would be taken! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.