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Relaxing music is always playing at the studio of the fashion photographer Kari Pulkkinen.
What good is a pasty with neither a crust nor filling?
Red has been added on the cheeks of the people in daguerreotypes from the 1800s.
The ‘Todelliset valheet’ (True lies) exhibition presented the 1970s underground.
Breakdance and Dingo attracted an audience in 1985.
In 1975, press photographers in Helsinki were kept busy by the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE).
Essi Renvall had her picture taken at Kuvasiskot in the early 1960s.
The colourful autochromes by Reino Pietinen are windows into the early 1900s.
Pekka Kyytinen photographed the travel of Karelian evacuees in the 1940s.
Jewellery. Model Sirpa Suosmaa, 1977. Photo: Kari Pulkkinen / Press Photo Archive JOKA / The Finnish Heritage Agency (JOKAKP10_01Muo:10)
Helka, sister of photographer Reino Pietinen, among a profusion of flowers. Photo: Reino Pietinen / The Picture Collections of Finnish Heritage Agency (HK19670603:53475)