Issue: 19370601

Tuesday, June 1, 1937
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Popular Photography
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advertisement
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Agfa Ansco Corp.
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Agfa Ansco Corp.
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advertisement
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DU PONT FILM MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
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DU PONT FILM MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
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CANDID SHOTS
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the Editor
JUST one month ago, we shipped 150,000 copies of the first issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY out to the news stands and camera stores of the United States and Canada. And we started "cold" with very little advance publicity and no subscribers. Those towering stacks of bundles represented months of preparation, a tremendous amount of work and a very considerable investment in money.
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Popular Photography
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Amazing Progress of Photography in 100 Years
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THE year is 1839.August 19th is the day. Paris the city.And the event, the first public announcement of a remarkable process “which enabled all that lies before our eyes to be reproduced down to the last detail” — called, after its inventor, daguerreotypy.
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Three Hours to Take This!
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THE lady's tear-drop was shot at 1/25 of a second —but making ready for the successful shutter-click took three hours. Grady - O’Reilly, New York city photographers, did this fine example of illustration for Good Housekeeping magazine. Here's how three hours were spent:
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Game-Hunting with Your Camera
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WITH a small, inexpensive camera you can have all the thrills of big game hunting without killing. Your hits and misses may be accurately recorded on photographic film which will convince your friends that you “bagged” your game even more than the exhibition of the animal pelts which non-hunters as well as hunters may readily buy.
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Photographing Children
Mrs. Nichols, shown at the left, is internationally famous for her marvelous technique in handling children. She now offers invaluable advice to amateurs and professionals trying to capture the spark and charm of lovable youngsters with their cameras.
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RUTH ALEXANDER NICHOLS
"HALF the job of getting a real picture of a child,” says Ruth Nichols, “is using horse sense.” Mrs. Nichols, considered by many to be the foremost child photographer in the United States, is a tall, blue-eyed woman, smartly tailored in red tweeds, who emanates energy and understanding.
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Odd Angles
A Chat With the Editor
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TURN this picture of the young lady any way you like—and it is still a picture. The effect is achieved by making the shot straight downward upon the subject. Shots of this kind are not so easy for most of us, as the camera must be considerably above the subject in order to avoid distortion.
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With the Ship News Reporter
America's best-known newspaper cameraman tells about the thrills and perils of the ship news beat.
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JACK PRICE
WHETHER it is the lure of the sea or the prospect of close contact for a moment with the world’s celebrities, every young cameraman, and many an older hand, covets the ship news assignment. It smacks of adventure and romance. For the youngster who never has been on the bounding main, even the experience of crossing the gangplank has a kick in it.
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Stretching Out Your Photos for Murals
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TO the hobby of making landscapes “as is” may be added the hobby of making landscapes “as is not.” It offers a good stunt for making wall murals and imaginative enlargements. By this “multipixing” process you can often find a new and fruitful pleasure in working over old negatives.
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A Tiny Surgical Camera Aids Doctors
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NEEDLE-POINT photography is the latest. This photo-surgical apparatus is the invention of a Japanese, Dr. Kenbi Takagi. It is used to explore and photograph the diseased joints of a human body, and has been named the “arthroscope.”
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"BUY IT—Don't Make It!"
FAMED News-Week photographer, Pat Terry, deplores kitchen-sink mechanics and home-made equipment. Well, who wouldn't if he had plenty of jack!
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PAT TERRY
THE photographic press is filled with "How to Make" articles. How to make photo-electric exposure meters. Flood light. Camera stands and tripods. Enlargers. Cases. Developing tanks. Enlargers. Cases. Synchro-flashes. Lighting apparatus.
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Photoflash Bulbs Often Save the Picture
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Fred Korth
A REPRESENTATIVE of a large concern manufacturing photoflood and photoflash bulbs has facetiously but truthfully called the photoflash “the lampmaker’s delight.” That’s because it is a single shot bulb, burned one instant and discarded the next.
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Taking Pictures of Wild Life
With twenty years of photographing wild animals, the author gives authentic data on taking such shots in the woodlands and better yet—how to take animal pictures that can be sold.
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RICHARD K. WOOD
THE first wildlife picture I made of publication value won honorable mention in a photo contest conducted by All Outdoors, a sportsman’s magazine. Several years later a MacFadden publication paid me $5.00 for a print in connection with a magazine article on outdoor photography.
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Write Your Letters with Picturegrams
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A LTHOUGH the socially correct Emily Post who writes and knows all about etiquette probably hasn’t found out about it yet. there is a brand new wrinkle which you may use in your “thank-you” and other courtesy letters most of us are forced to write occasionally.
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Getting Closer to Your Subject
The popular fad—table-top photography—brings new problems all its own, and here our author tells us how to get excellent closeups without heavy investments in lenses.
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J. G. JONES
IF you have an ordinary amateur's camera, as I have, you’ve already discovered that very close closeups are almost out of the question. Suppose you're not satisfied with your shots of small objects—you want to fill your negative, or you're more ambitious still and would like to show small objects even larger than their actual size.
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Tilting Stand for Unusual Pix
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Jacob Deschin
WITH the present intense interest in surrealism and other distortions, both mental and physical, comes a demand for some simple device whereby the amateur can create these amusing caricatures at home. It is the answer to that plaintive wail, “Yes, I have no mirrors,” recently voiced by a celebrated European exponent of the art.
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How to Make A Simple Range Finder
Build this little instrument out of odds and ends and apply it to your trusty old camera.
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C. L BRISTOL
Most serious and exasperating of all errors in camera operation is the out-of-focus picture. Overexposed negatives can be reduced by chemical means, and under-timed ones may be intensified. But the badly focused negative steadfastly retains its fuzzy aspect despite all processing.
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Extra Money in Stunt Shots
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Carl B. Ogilvie
HOW would you like to be invited to parties and affairs, have an evening of good fun, and be paid for it? All that you need, in addition to your photographing equipment, are a few “props” for the “Movie Stand-In Screen Test.” The public is acquainted with the motion picture custom of using “stand-ins” for prominent stars.
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Do It with Your Box Camera
Charles Miller, famous movie cameraman, accepts our challenge to discard his expensive equipment and try his hand with a dollar Brownie.
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ROSA REILLY
YOU take grate pictures," the editor of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY told Charley Miller. The two were lunching together at the Bull and Bear Bar, in New York. “I’ve seen a lot of your work in the movies and in publications.” the Editor continued, “and have always marveled at the excellence of your work.”
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Amateur Wins Our $50 Cover Prize
The stunning picture on our front cover was made by an Amateur using Kodachrome film. Believe it or not, this is his first commercial picture!
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THE May POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY promised that “Amateur prints will be given the same consideration as professional,” and we urged: “Amateurs especially invited to submit contributions!” The history of W. S. Seegers’ picture on our front cover proves that both our promise and our invitation were extended in good faith.
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Pictures That Will Sell
Some sound advice on the kind of pictures that can be sold, from a man who has bought and sold thousands of photographs throughout the world.
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MAX PETER HAAS
A PROFESSIONAL photographer is one who sells his pictures for money. An amateur is a person, who, ninety-nine times out of a hundred, would like to get dollar value for his prints but doesn’t know how to go about it. If you’re in the latter position, cheer up!
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The Modern Clinical Camera in Hospital Operating Rooms
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HERBERT C. McKAY
THE practise of clinical photography, particularly that phase which includes operating room work, demands not only a knowledge of the specialized technique of photography required, but also a certain understanding of anatomy and pathology.
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New Tricks for Camera Owners to Try
A monthly list of valuable kinks and hints for the amateur. POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY will pay $3.00 for each one accepted.
Your Hand as a Sunshade
Save Drying Space
Two Shots on One Film
A Darkroom Timer
Shooting Bird Life in Africa
Notice
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THE movie enthusiast who develops his own film will find it convenient to have some method of holding his reel of film other than in his hand when he is winding the film onto the developing reel. A reel holder which allows for easy and quick unwinding of the film can be made for a few cents out of a piece of pipe and a projector reel mount.
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A Hollywood Screen Test
Many readers have wondered just what a would-be star must do in taking her screen test. The author, with the co-operation of Lucien Ballard, Hollywood cinematographer, gives us an inside picture of the procedure. This visit to Columbia Studios is rich in practical hints and philosophy for the still or movie photographer who wants to give, his friends that Hollywood “best look" when they pose before his camera.
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CHARLES CARSON
A NEW European star has appeared on the Hollywood Horizon. Luli Deste, Viennese actress, has been brought to America by Marion Gering, who hopes that he may be able to sell his latest “find” to Columbia Studios. It is a great responsibility for Director Gering to have an actress on his hands.
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A Simple Tank for 35mm. Film
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T. E. Somerville
ANYONE who has developed 35 mm. film appreciates the fact that there are easier and simpler tricks than attempting to thread a length of this flimsy, curly stuff into a spiral groove developing tank holder by the old push-and-pull method.
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Continuity for Home Movies
An interesting and mighty useful article for the amateur movie maker, on how to plan the action so that the film will show a connected and logical story.
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L. R. BENTON
THE Hollywood cameraman’s work is guided by a detailed scenario. And the personal movie maker who desires interesting films must likewise lay his plans before going into action. It isn’t necessary for the amateur movie maker to work out a finished scenario— not for family, vacation, and travel films, at least.
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Our Candid Cameraman Visits the CIRCUS
When the circus comes to town, you too will want to make a pictorial record of your visit. Let famed Cameraman Rogers tell you how to go about it.
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M. ROBERT ROGERS
THE Cole Brothers-Clyde Beatty Circus was opening at the New York Hippodrome. It was my assignment to cover the show with the candid camera for POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY. To photograph lions, tigers, elephants, clowns, pretty spangled ladies, and, of course, the daring young man on the flying trapeze.
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Controlling Tones With Filters
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LEIGH IRWIN
ONE of the first surprises for the amateur photographer is experienced when he photographs a subject which looks especially pleasing on the ground glass or in the finder, but which unfortunately turns out to be flat and uninteresting as a black and white photographic print.
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What the Camera Clubs Are Doing
Other Clubs
Picture of the Month
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THE first nation-wide salon ever held in Florida, sponsored by a local Camera Club, was held recently in St. Petersburg, Fla. Philip C. Shakespeare, Beechwood, Upper Darby, Pa., was awarded the highest honors for his Winter Shadows, a print of high technical achievement.
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SALON SECTION
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NUDE
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As others See Her
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Jack Hazlehurst
By popular demand, Jack Hazlehurst once again directs his camera lens into a world of make-believe. Probing with ruthless impressionistic approach he reveals how the same model, versatile Miss Catherine Campbell, might appear through eight different pairs of eyes
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Knockout
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The camera lens in a split second has caught all the pathos, hurt, terror of the knockout—with an artistry equalled only by the incomparable brush of immortal George Bellows. We extend our congratulations to Fred Stanger, of the Milwaukee Journal, for this outstanding example of press photography
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SHOWERS
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Woman
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TECHNICAL data for the Salon feature on page 40. In order to obtain the proper effect, this feature was made and remade four times. First, the model was not right. Then it was the hairdress. Finally, the clothing, ordinarily restricted to what the model happens to possess in her wardrobe.
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Pattern
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Many are those who have tried to capture the graceful rhythm of repetition in a photograph....known pictorially as "Pattern Shots." Here are two unusual features which by their technical and compositional excellence should provide inspiration to miniature camera workers
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Wagon Wheels
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Thru the skill of the photographer . . . prosaic wagon wheels are projected into a delicate medium of interpretative expression
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Price Winners
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"The Shaft House" is one of the most famous salon prints in the history of photography. Made by Lionel Heymann, this picture has the unusual distinction of never being turned down by any salon jury to which it has been submitted in any part of the world
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Expression!
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With fine sympathy and mechanical skill Photographer James Mahlon Hoddle captures the dramatic fire of his model, lovely Miss Caroline Fisher, in a series of emotional character studies. Miss Fisher's volatile personality has already been spotted by Hollywood scouts
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SALON SECTION
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Manganet Lindsay
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Contrasting interpretations of Miss Lindsay by two famous photographers
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Movie Stars and Their Cameras
Turn-about is fair play. After a day of posing in front of the cameras, Hollywood film folk enjoy themselves by faking pictures of their friends, just like the rest of us.
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Lighting Technique for Tone and Structure
This brilliant pictorialist has covered a difficult subject in simple diagrammatic style. The photographs were made especially to illustrate this article, the same model being used throughout. (See page 69.)
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JACK HAZLEHURST
BEAUTY in women, to the photographer at least, is always a relative thing, for beauty as it exists in pictures is always his to create or destroy, depending upon his knowledge and his desires in the matter. The tools which the photographer uses to achieve his end are makeup, lighting, pose, and camera angle.
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Printing for Pictorial Effects
The enlarger can be made to supplement the work of the camera by modifying the image projected by the enlarger. The author explains many interesting methods of controlled printing and enlarging.
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SAMUEL BROWN
JUST as the painter uses his palette and brush so the photographer employs his tools—camera, enlarger, chemicals, etc.—to produce pictures that find their way to salons and exhibitions. Many a picture is really “made” after the negative is placed in the enlarger.
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Indoor Pictures by Daylight
Lighting by daylight solves many of the problems of the amateur home-portrait artist. It enables him to handle certain films, notably color film, that offer difficulties with artificial light.
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DAVID B. EDMONSTON
THE making of daylight home portraits is comparatively simple, but many users of hand cameras do not have the artificial lighting equipment that necessary and must therefore depend upon daylight or forego making portraits. Usually, when visiting or on an outing, the enthusiast takes his camera but not his lights.
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The Interesting Routine of a Large Commercial Studio
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RONAL KAYSER
WE went out to get the story behind the pictures you see in the advertising pages of Fortune, Vogue, Saturday Evening Post. Glowing, glamorous, zestful shots which do the selling jobs for electric refrigerators, cosmetics and beer, sable wraps and silk stockings!
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'OVER THE TOP' With
A review of the death-defying photo scoops during the World War.
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A PHOTOGRAPHER on a battlefield is of no more immediate importance to the contending armies than a husband pacing the corridor of a maternity hospital is to the doctors and nurses. But cameramen have much to do with the ultimate result of a modern war.
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The WAR PHOTOGRAPHERS
With a selection of rare, previously unpublished photographs from the archives of the Canadian War Office.
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FRANK FLAHERTY
Cameras used were of various types and sizes in the Canadian army—paradoxically enough, nearly all were of German manufacture. They would be much out-moded today, but at the time were the best available for the purpose. The U. S. Army, however, used home made products, such as those made by Eastman, Bausch & Lomb, etc.
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Question and Answer Department
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B.N.M., Milwaukee, Wis. The instruction book supplied with my camera says that it is not desirable to use speeds slower than 1/25 second when the camera is held in the hands. Is there any way by which I can steady the camera without using a tripod?
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How a Leica Camera Operates
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TO the uninitiated, the sleek looking Leica camera with its trim black body and glistening chromium trim, is a veritable super-camera. At first glance it looks complicated to the layman, with a bewildering array of controls and he feels that to master it he must be a combination photographer-engineer.
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Our Monthly Exposure Table
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J. B. Rathbun
THIS article contains the exposure tables from May 1st to June 10th. Including the tables in our first issue, this gives us the complete exposure data from April 1st in the year 1937, latitude 40° North, until June 10th when the next issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY will appear.
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What's NEW In the Trade
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A NEW, faster roll film is Agfa Ansco’s offering this month. Called Agfa Super Plenachrome, it has greater speed coupled with higher color sensitivity in an orthochromatic emulsion, more brilliance, and extreme latitude. The new film is anti-halation coated and has a special surface coating to prevent scratches during handling.
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Right and Wrong Methods
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W. F. KELLEY
MOST all objects having long straight lines, such as buildings, introduce certain problems that must be carefully considered by the amateur photographer, for such lines magnify errors in camera alignment. When the camera is not held level, the building will appear tilted on the negative as shown in the accompanying Fig. 1. This difficulty could have been avoided by holding the sides of the camera finder parallel with either the vertical or horizontal lines of the building, but very fortunately this can be remedied during the enlarging or printing processes.
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Print Criticisms for Our Readers
This service, which is free to all our readers, will be of help to beginners in the art of photography. Send your prints to Print Criticisms, POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, 608 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill. Prints will not be returned.
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D. C.—Your subject was evidently chosen with an eye to the bridge’s detail. But the print divided into three “levels” of tone; the lower dark, the middle lighter, and the top almost paper-white—and the bare tree in the foreground does not succeed in binding the three.
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A List of Current Exhibitions
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advertisement
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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advertisement
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Bass CAMERA CO.
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Bass CAMERA CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0059.xml
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67
67
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0060.xml
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67
67
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0061.xml
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68
68
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MEVI
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MEVI
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0062.xml
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68
68
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Herman A. DeVry, Inc.
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Herman A. DeVry, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0063.xml
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69
69
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POPULAR AVIATION
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POPULAR AVIATION
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0064.xml
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69
69
[no value]
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NATIONAL PHOTO SUPPLY CO.: BENTZIN PRIMARETTE
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NATIONAL PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
BENTZIN PRIMARETTE
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0065.xml
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69
69
[no value]
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JAS. H. SMITH & SONS CORP.
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JAS. H. SMITH & SONS CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0066.xml
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70
70
[no value]
[no value]
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
[no value]
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0067.xml
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70
70
[no value]
[no value]
FOTOSHOP, Inc.
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FOTOSHOP, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0068.xml
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71
71
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CANDID CAMERA SUPPLY CO.
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CANDID CAMERA SUPPLY CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0069.xml
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71
71
[no value]
[no value]
PRECISION PRODUCTS COMPANY
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PRECISION PRODUCTS COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0070.xml
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72
72
[no value]
[no value]
AMPRO CORPORATION
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AMPRO CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0071.xml
article
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72
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Glossary
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used in place of the usual lithographic stone. ALIZARINE. A vegetable pigment or dye made from madder, used photographically for carbon process printing and collotypes. Alizarine is also used for the hand-coloring of photographic prints.
PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0072.xml
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73
73
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0073.xml
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73
73
[no value]
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WELLS-SMITH
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WELLS-SMITH
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0074.xml
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73
73
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0075.xml
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74
74
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE INC.
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE INC.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0076.xml
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75
75
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Fink-Roselieve Co., Inc.
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Fink-Roselieve Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0077.xml
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75
75
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Advertisement: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0078.xml
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75
75
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VICTOR J. EVANS & Co.
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VICTOR J. EVANS & Co.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0079.xml
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76
76
[no value]
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KIN-O-LUX, INC.
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KIN-O-LUX, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0080.xml
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76
76
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0081.xml
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76
76
[no value]
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Chicago Wheel & Mfg. Co.
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Chicago Wheel & Mfg. Co.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0082.xml
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77
77
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HORNSTEIN PHOTO SALES
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HORNSTEIN PHOTO SALES
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0083.xml
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77
77
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The HALOID COMPANY
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The HALOID COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0084.xml
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78
78
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MIDWEST PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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MIDWEST PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0085.xml
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78
78
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THE HOBBY MAN
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THE HOBBY MAN
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0086.xml
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78
78
[no value]
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Fink-Roselieve Co., Inc.
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Fink-Roselieve Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0087.xml
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78
78
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HENRY HERBERT
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HENRY HERBERT
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0088.xml
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79
79
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MIMOSA AMERICAN CORPORATION
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MIMOSA AMERICAN CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0089.xml
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79
79
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Photo Chemicals, Inc.
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Photo Chemicals, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0090.xml
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79
79
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0091.xml
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80
80
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Advertisements
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0092.xml
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81
81
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BURLEIGH BROOKS
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BURLEIGH BROOKS
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0093.xml
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81
81
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Hollywood Cine Film Distributors
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Hollywood Cine Film Distributors
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0094.xml
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82
82
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Advertisements
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0095.xml
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83
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Advertisements
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0096.xml
article
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84
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Home Built Stand
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spaces so that the center can be found easily. Make the center lines, vertically and horizontally, heavier than the others. They will meet at the center. See Figs. 1 and 4. The panel is fastened to the base through the use of two braces at its back as shown in the accompanying diagrams and two 1 inch screws placed through the base.
PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0097.xml
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84,85
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CLASSIFIED
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0098.xml
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86
86
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THE GALLEON PRESS, INC.
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THE GALLEON PRESS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0099.xml
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87
87
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Photo Utilities, Inc.
[no value]
Photo Utilities, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0100.xml
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88
88
[no value]
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BELL & HOWELL CO.
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BELL & HOWELL CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0101.xml
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88
88
[no value]
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Bell & Howell Co.
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Bell & Howell Co.
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PopularPhotography_19370601_0001_002_0102.xml