WINNERS In The Popular Photography Charming Children Contest
1 st. "Where's Santa," by Kenneth Court, Detroit, Michigan, is the First Prize winner and is awarded $50. The picture was made with a Zeiss Maximar A camera on Agfa Superpan Press film. Two Photofloods were used, a No. 1 and a No. 2. Exposure was 1/50 sec. at f 5.6.
PRIZES OF $2 EACH Howard M. Askew, Decatur, Ga. R. D. Akerman, Lebanon, Ind. Mark S. Bassett, Springfield, Ohio. Voyle Beaumont, Uniontown, Pa. Miss Jo Belcher, La Salle, III. Charles H. Blair, Ottawa, Canada. George Dodge, Los Angeles, Calif. Oscar Du Puis, Detroit, Mich. A. G. Falk, Chicago, Illinois. Fern France, Hiawatha, Kansas. George E. Gilson, Jr., Syracuse, N. Y R. K. Graybill, Chicago, III. B. M. Huddleston, Jackson, Mich. Sol Jackel, Detroit, Mich. Lee M. Johnston, Elkins Park, Pa. Bob Kuyper, Pella, Iowa. Ruth B. Malloy, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Seaborn H. Mosely, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Victor Pokorny, Arnold, Pa. Arthur Roade, Newington, Conn. Alice Marie Roberts, Los Angeles, Calif. Albert Robertson, Brackenridge, Pa. Edith S. Sauer, Dayton, Ohio. Donald Sharp, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Elmer C. Wind, Buffalo, N. Y.
HERE are the anxiously awaited winners of the Charming Children Contest. Sifted from thousands of excellent entries, they are representative of outstanding amateur work. The judges were hard pressed in making the selection since many times the number chosen were worthy of publication. We regret that more cannot be shown. Another contest will be announced soon. Congratulations to the winners and better luck next time to other contestants.
Geo. M. Johnson, Whiting, I nd., is awarded the Second Prize of $25 for his picture "Sally." Mr. Johnson used an Ernemann camera and Agfa Super Plenachrome film. Exposure, I/25 sec., ƒ 3.5. Two No. 2 Photoflood lamps were used.
The Third Prize of $10 goes to H. T. Mapes, Moose, Wyo., for his picture entitled "Who Are You?" This prize winner was made with an Eastman 3A Kodak on Panatomic film. Illumination was one No. 10 flashbulb. The exposure was made at an aperture of / 16 with "open and close" flash.