Article: 19370801055

Title: Pictures from Our Readers

19370801055
193708010055
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Pictures from Our Readers
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Popular Photography
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Pictures from Our Readers

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1. This interesting locomotive shot was made by Frederick D. Hoffman, St. Albans, Vt.
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2. “Evening,” by Lyle Thelen, Carrol, la., was made with a Leica, 1/500 sec., /11 at 2 p.m.
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3. A fine action shot by Jeano Orlando, Salt Lake City, Utah. Taken with an Ica Contessa at 1/250 sec. f 6, using Plenachrome film.
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4. Arthur Earnshaw of Sherbrooke, Quebec, submits this picture “Silver Lining,” taken with Carbine camera. 1/25 sec. at f 22 with sky filter.
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5. A nice vacation close-up made by Miss Jessie M. Gordon, Vancouver, Wash., in Mt. Hood National Forest with a Voightlander. Exposure 1/50 sec. at f 6.8.
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6. George C. Churcher, New York City, who packs a camera in his lunch box, made this picture with a Zeiss Icar, 9x12 cm. on S. S. Pan cut film without a tripod. Exposure 1/25 sec. at f 8.
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7. This picture was taken right after a street accident by L. H. Houck of Tampa, Fla., with a Model B Graflex, 1/60 sec. at f 5.6.
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8. S. Wallace, Detroit, Mich., sends in this pleasing cloud-and-water picture which he made with a National Graflex, using a K-2 filter, 1/30 sec. at f 16 on Agfa Superpan.
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9. "Shadows" is the work of J. Rockwell Hoag of White Plains, N. Y. Unfortunately, no technical data was furnished.
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10. Fred Korth’s cat picture in the May issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY finds an admirer. Made by Mall Malcolm, Atlantic City, N. J.
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11. Miss Ruth Saylor, Detroit, Mich., sends us this pleasing water lily picture which she made with a Six-20 Brownie box camera.
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12. While visiting the Grand Canyon, E. Armitage of Denver, Colo., met many fellow camera fans and made this picture of a few of them, using a Voightlander Virtus, 1/25 sec. at f 5.6 on Agfa Superpan.
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13. Edgar Williams, Middletown, O., took this interesting mountain scenic with a 98c fixed focus box camera.
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14. This weird still life, made with the aid of a skull, plaster of paris hands, and a pencil drawing for background, is the work of Charles M. Fritz of Chicago. He used an Eastman 4x5 Pony Premo, 1 sec. exposure at f 8.
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15. Lawrence Wilsey of Pasadena, Calif., made this cactus-and-cloud picture with a No. 2 Brownie box camera and Verichrome film without a filter.
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16. From Red Deer, Alberta, comes this delightful portrait by Marshall Lees, his first attempt at portraiture, made with two photofloods, 1/25 sec. at .f6.3. He didn’t say what camera.
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17. Unusual angle shots are the specialty of A. G. Fryer, Philadelphia, Pa., who submits this picture made with a Kodak Six-16, 1/25 sec. at f11 on S. S. Pan, and color filter.
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18. Reader Charles H. R. Madeira of Reading, Pa., 67 years o.d, is an enthusiastic amateur. He submits this charming little picture.
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