Issue: 19370701

Thursday, July 1, 1937
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Popular Photography
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Agfa Ansco Corporation
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Agfa Ansco Corporation
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advertisement
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
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CANDID SHOTS
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the Editor
A MERICA has gone K.K., there’s no doubt about it. And if you should ask the meaning of “K.K.", we will define it promptly as “Kamera Konscious” or even with greater truth, “Kamera Krazy.” New camera shops have been blossoming out all over the large cities during the past two years until it rather suggests the old period of radio hysteria that prevailed in 1921-1926.
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Lejaren Hiller, Creator of Photographic Masterpieces
A genius with the camera, Lejaren Hiller is the foremost photographic illustrator in America. Yet, this article reveals he doesn't know one camera from another!
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MICHAEL TALBOT
IF Lejaren Hiller had been born a musician, his name might have been Richard Wagner. If he had come into existence as a painter, he might have been called Rembrandt or El Greco. For he is a realist who knows how to make his photographs tell a story with all the power, force, color, and passion usually associated with that overworked word, “genius”.
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Shooting Spills at Sport Events
High-speed sport events offer an opportunity for unusual and thrilling accident photographs.
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DON DOWNIE
SPECTACULAR news pictures usually come as a result of catastrophes or sporting events. Floods, homicides, and accidents to aircraft, trains, and automobiles make up a large per cent of the news pictures of the day. The average photographer is seldom fortunate enough to be on the scene of such catastrophes, but it is a simple matter for him to attend sports events, ready to capture the unusual action picture, in case they should take place.
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A Formula for Make-up
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“FACIAL Geometry” is a science in filmdom. It is a mathematical formula for screen make-up as exact, and almost as complicated, as the fourth dimensional reckonings of an Einstein. It brings exactness to an important phase of picture production which once was haphazard and uncertain.
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Stopping the Movies
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WIELDERS of the candid camera who have specialized on theater shots have found to their surprise that a shot aimed at a movie picture very frequently goes blah and leaves no record of any sort on the film of the c.c. Shooting the movies would, indeed, be a grand and productive sport if we could time the opening of the shutter so that the opening would be in agreement with the most brilliant phase of the picture on the screen.
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How To Photograph Pets
Untiring patience and a knowledge of animal psychology are required for the successful photographing of the family pets.
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PAUL W. KEARNEY
SOME time ago I called on a professional cat breeder to get a picture of her double-champion blue Persian for a series of pet photographs. While the good lady was willing enough to have me take the photograph, she was rather pessimistic about the possibilities of success.
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Synchronizing the Photoflash
An efficient speed gun is a welcome addition to any camera. Here's one that any amateur can build at home at little cost.
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C. L. BRISTOL
EVERY camera fan appreciates the possibilities of photoflash equipment, even though cireumstances do not always warrant his buying a professional outfit. Supplementing the medium - speed lenses and film of average cameras, the synchronized flash opens a way to new and interesting fields for amateur photographers.
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Why Margaret Bourke-White Is At the Top
The greatest of all mechanistic photographers had no intention of spending her life behind a camera, but she loved machinery— and thereby hangs this absorbing story of her climb to fame.
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ROSA REILLY
A FATHER and a daughter walked hand in hand through the still Sunday silence of a great printing plant. The child was just three, grayeyed and round cheeked, thrilled to hold the hand of a well-loved father, and tingling with the revelations of this, her father’s word-machines!
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The Inside Workings of a National News Photo Service
The manager of one of America's most successful news agencies tells how pictures are rushed from camera to front page.
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GRAY STRIDER
R. P. DORMAN, General Manager of the Acme News Service, Incorporated, hangs up the phone in his office on the eighth floor of the Daily News Building in New York City. “Burns?” “Yes, Chief.” “They’re going to crack down on that murderer in Thomasville, Georgia, any minute now.
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Biological Photography as An Aid to Modern Medicine
Copying Torn Prints
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RALPH P. CREER
FEW people realize what an important role photography plays in the practice of medicine and surgery. Practically every medical school and most large hospitals maintain well equipped photographic departments and many doctors in private practice are now making clinical pictures for their case records.
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Selecting Your New Movie Camera
The author lists the various types of movie cameras now on the market, giving the advantages and disadvantages of each.
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L. R. BENTON
THE question “What movie camera should I buy?” is one which cannot be answered intelligently until the questioner himself has been questioned. Two primary questions must be answered before a sound recommendation can be made. (1) “What do you expect to do with it?”
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The Cameraman Visits the SAVOY
MARIO SCACHERI
Everybody has a grand time in Harlem's famous dance palace including the photographers who captured this sharp pictorial record of enthusiasm for Popular Photography.
Shooting Forbidden Pix
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HOW yah truckin’? Can you swing that gal? Can she Susie Q? All right then, jes’ Lindy hop, boy that’s hoppin’? We’re at the Savoy, the great dance palace of New York’s Harlem. It’s throbbing with the rhythm of two swing bands. Alive with the tapping of feet fast as hail.
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Studio Portraiture For Amateurs
A famous English authority explains how home portraits can be made with your miniature camera and without expensive attachments.
Window Shade
Saving Developer
Syringe Cleaner
Reducing Metal Glare
Darkroom Fan
A Good Mirror Trick
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LEO A. LEIGH
THE WORDS “Studio Portraiture” may sound very highbrow to budding minicamists, but should present no real difficulties to the worker who understands fully the principles underlying this fascinating work. Successful portraiture is not dependent upon any particular type of camera, but rather upon paying strict attention to the following three essential points:
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With Rod, Reel, and Camera
One of America's best known photographers of outdoor sports tells of the thrills and excitement in catching fish with negatives instead of hooks.
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CLEMENT CROUCH
WHAM! a battling bass hits the lure with the sudden impact of a piledriver. A slim rod curves, the line stretches taut, the bass pulls back with gathering fury and energy. You may reel, reel fast if your tackle is sufficiently heavy, and keep him from doing much about it.
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My Experiences In Shooting the Big Shots
The photographing of famous people and beautiful stars is all in a day's work for Pat Terry. But let him tell you about the fun and headaches that go with it.
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PAT TERRY
I'VE taken them all. From J. P. Morgan down. And my experience over a period of years has proved that the bigger the personality—the easier he is to shoot. The only real photographic pain in the neck is the publicity hound. The notoriety seeker will usually try to intimidate the photographer because he thinks a big shot dislikes having his picture taken and he wants to imitate the big timer.
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A Venture in Bird Photography
A camerawoman of note from New Zealand offers us some valuable hints in a field in which she excels.
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THELMA R. KENT
MOST amateur photographers are interested in bird pictures, but seem to regard the subject as a pursuit of the professional, or have the impression that an elaborate and expensive camera is necessary. To the contrary, this interesting phase of photography is open to any who possess a camera with a lens of ƒ 6.3 or better and a shutter speed of at least 1/150 of a second.
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Tricks Used in Movie Labs Exposed
Harold Lloyd's Stunts Revealed
A Flashgun Tester
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Ralph Schmidt
MOST of you have seen that thrilling nerve-gripping comedy by Harold Lloyd, “Safety Last,” and you gasped with others in the audience when Harold dashed madly along sky-scraper window ledges and played the human fly act on the towering walls of an office building.
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Facts About Films
COMPARATIVE VALUES OF COMMERCIAL ROLL FILMS
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J. B. Rathbun
BEGINNERS in photography are frequently staggered by the great variety of films now on the market and find it difficult to choose just the proper grade or rating for their particular purpose. Some are slow, some are fast, some of them are sensitive to one band of colors and others to another, and so on, until the matter becomes quite confusing.
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What the Camera Clubs Are Doing
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APPLETON CAMERA CLUB. Arranges for a speaker on photography or criticism of a traveling exhibit for the monthly (second Tuesday) meeting, held in the Post Crescent Building. The officers include Robert W. Luebke, Pres.; John Ash, VicePres.; Wayne N. Belanger, Sec.; E. Leon Foreman, Treas.; E. C. Moore, Exc. Bd. Member.
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Picture of the Month
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BRAZILIAN CHILD..
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Margaret Bourke-White
The author, perhaps the most famous mechanisiic photographer of today, displays her great versatility with this living portrait, so alive it nearly breathes . . Traveling through the old slave quarters of a Brazilian city, ever alert for pictorial possibilities, Miss BourkeWhite discovered this wide-eyed Latin-American child playing in a heavily shaded doorway.
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SALON SECTION
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Shoes...
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Shoes can be made to look likewell, just shoes. But in the hands of a photographic artist they will weave a story as complete and stirring as a literary masterpiece. Above, the typical Mark Twain treatment of a bedraggled ragamuffin; below, the homely touch of a modern Dickens
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Eyes...
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A most unusual study portraying the effect when camera and model happen to look each other squarely in the eye
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A Sailor Reminisces
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Jack Hazlehurst
The sailor who pauses to reminisce Dreams of many a port of call And the score of "sweeties" he's loved and left, He still remembers them all. Lovely Mirni in old Bordeaux, Singapore Sal and Frisco Jenny, Hamburg Hilda, the innocent blonde, Are only a few of many.
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Bass...
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Man, woman or beast.... each will react differently to restraint, as brilliantly interpreted by three talented pictorialists
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Mugs...
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Readers of ihe rotogravure sections will find these unlovely portrayals a welcome relief from Campus Queens and Bathing Beauties
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Babies!
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Utilizing natural sunlight through a diffused glass roof, Photographer H. Armstrong Roberts has captured with extraordinary success a wide range of elusive baby emotions. Except to the enamored relatives, most babies look surprisingly alike.
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...Mysterious Lady
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Out of the depths of shadows, Frank Fenner, Jr., molds a creature of mystery with a lighting technique amazingly simple
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Harlemesque...
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Dr. Max Thorek
The world's most successful amateur photographer is by profession a surgeon. Dr. Thorek ranks foremost in the world, with 1415 salon hangings to his credit during the past five years.... The above print, newly completed, was selected by Dr. Thorek as his favorite and is being published here for the first time
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Marquerite Churchill
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A striking portrait of Miss Churchill, popular motion picture actress, as executed for Columbia Pictures by Alfredo Valento. A radically different but equally forceful portrayal of Miss Churchill withheld from general release by ruling of the Hays office.
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The Editor Tells About the Salon Section
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PAGE 35— PICTURE OF THE MONTH This picture was taken with a Linhot Camera equipped with a 10½ Schneider Tele-Xenar lens. Stopped to ƒ 11, Miss Bourke-White made 2 exposures, one at 1/5 second, the other at 1/10. The 1/5 exposure was the better and is the one need.
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A New Meter
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WHILE the electro-optical cell type of light meter is being very extensively employed at the present time because of the ease of taking readings and the accuracy of the readings with the elimination of personal error, yet the old extinction type possesses certain advantages that retain the regard of the photographer.
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Slip-on Accessories
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AFTER you have owned a camera for a while you will learn that it can have more auxiliaries and accessories than a Model “T” Ford. A recent count, in no way complete, revealed sixty-four accessories could be conveniently applied to a hand camera with profit—providing your pocket-book would stand the strain.
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Vacation Time is Camera Time
Half the fun on your holiday is bringing home the pictures for your friends and album. Here are some valuable hints that will make your vacation pictures worth saving.
MABEL DeLaMATER
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OVEREXPOSURE is the common grief of the photographer on vacation. At the seashore, in the mountains, and in the great vacation land of the Southwest, the same old sun is shining but the light is not like that in the home town, and he is often working in unfamiliar lighting conditions.
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Toy and Doll Photos Make a Hit
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Lucile Flitton
“CAN my dolly be in the picture too?” Our small daughter, about to have her annual picture taken, much against her will as usual, clutched her new Christmas doll pleadingly in her arms. So the “dolly" had her picture taken— and started our family on an absorbing new camera hobby.
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An All-'Round Camera Stand
There are many conditions wherein a camera stand will prove far more valuable than a tripod. In this article, the author tells how to build a stand quite easily from low cost materials.
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C. R. SNOW
EVERYONE who takes photographs needs a universal camera-stand. This accessory will save you time and film when you do portraiture, copying, table-top, illustrative or commercial work. If you write reports, themes, or articles, undoubtedly you have learned that a camera is as important as a typewriter in enhancing the acceptability of your efforts.
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The Art of Photographing the Nude
One of the top ranking pictorialists of the world, widely renowned for his figure salon prints, reveals the fine points in Nude composition.
Camera Takes Own Picture
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LIONEL HEYMANN
PHOTOGRAPHING nudes is an art in itself. While it requires a knowledge of the essentials common to all photographic art, the individualistic handling of materials and composition make it a highly specialized branch of its own. The basic elements of nude photography are selection of the model, posing, setting and background, composition, lighting, and the final cropping and mounting.
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Our Monthly Exposure Table
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J. B. Rathbun
JUNE is a month that stands in a class by itself among the other months in the matter of strong and enduring light. The sun is not only stronger at midday in June, (up to July 15) but the days are also longer between sunrise and sunset, and therefore give more hours of useful exposure time.
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Some Interesting Pictures
FROM OUR READERS
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So You Really Want to Be a Model
The inside story of an exciting new profession for women as revealed by two authorities who have launched thousands of girls on a modeling career.
Here are the four standard model sizes. Which type are you?
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CONNIE SEAMAN
THE most beautiful women in the world pass through our office every day. In our files we have the photographs of thousands of girls, any one of them lovely enough to win a college beauty contest. In fact, many of them have. They’re the girls whose pictures you admire every time you pick up a magazine or a newspaper.
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Copying Records with a Camera
It is easy to reproduce your records in miniature. Thus, tiny negatives can replace massive, cumbersome volumes.
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HERBERT C. McKAY
ABOUT the middle of the nineteenth century, during the siege of the city of Paris, it was found necessary to smuggle maps out of the city, past the enemy lines. Spies tried and failed, but eventually a photographer made copies of the maps by photography, reduced to microscopic size.
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Faking Photographs in a Modern Illustration Studio
Tricks of the trade exposed by an authority on studio photography. A highly enlightening article that will keep you from being fooled.
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WESLEY BOWMAN
HAVE you ever had a passport picture taken that came out so dull and lifeless even your best friends didn’t recognize it? If you have, you appreciate that people often photograph very differently from the way they appear in real life. So do inanimate things like radio cabinets and ice cubes.
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Constant Temperature Tank Control
The Blond Hair Problem
Photos in Bas-Relief
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Frank J. B. Kearney
ONE of the most important and probably the most neglected items in the development of plates and films is temperature. This neglect is not always due to carelessness or indifference on the part of the amateur, but more often to lack of facilities.
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The Gyroscope Takes the Spotlight
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A PHOTOGRAPHER’S range of subjects is limited only by his ingenuity. The accompanying photograph, entitled Balance, made by Z. Alexander, was prepared under the direction of the Key Advertising Company, Cincinnati. It was used to illustrate the balance and precision built into a Sayers and Scovill motor.
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A Glossary for Photography
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AMMONIUM CHLORIDE (SAL-AMMONIAC). Used in preparing amumen paper and for chloride type emulsions. AMMONIUM CITRATE. Used as a restrainer for chloride emulsions. AMMONIUM IODIDE. Used in iodized collodion. AMMONIUM OXALATE. Used in making platino paper.
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What's New in the Trade
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GENERAL Moviematic Camera Inc. have succeeded the original producers of the Moviematic Camera as new owners. In taking over the patents they have mechanically improved the camera, a 3-in-1 instrument that takes Candid shots, 16mm movies for home projection and for Moviebooks, actual motion pictures printed in book form which produces a moving picture when thumbed.
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Calendar of Photographic Exhibitions
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Advertisements
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BURLEIGH BROOKS
FOTH-DERBY
BURLEIGH BROOKS
K. W. REFLEX
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Question and Answer Department
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O.A.S. Pawhuska, Okia. Can you tell me how to go about getting copyrights on photographs, and what a copyright would cost? How does a copyright protect the owner? ANSWER. Application forms for copyright may he obtained by writing to the Library of Congress, Copyright Office, Washington, D.C.
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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 with technical data to Print Criticisms, POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, 608 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, III. Prints will not be returned
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P.B.P., Marion, Mass.—Your winter scene is indeed a pleasing study and the road which leads into the woods lends nice depth to the picture. You were fortunate to get such nice lighting, with the interesting patches of shadow and light on the snow.
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DU PONT FILM MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
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DU PONT FILM MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
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HENRY HERBERT
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HENRY HERBERT
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CANDID CAMERA SUPPLY CO.
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CANDID CAMERA SUPPLY CO.
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NATIONAL PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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NATIONAL PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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Willoughlys: BALDAMETER
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Willoughlys
BALDAMETER
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ABE COHEN’S EXCHANGE, Inc.
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ABE COHEN’S EXCHANGE, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0059.xml
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70
70
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D. PAUL SHULL
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D. PAUL SHULL
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0060.xml
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71
71
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E. LEITZ, Inc.
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E. LEITZ, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0061.xml
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71
71
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WHITEHALL SPECIALTY CO.
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WHITEHALL SPECIALTY CO.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0062.xml
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71
71
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Chicago Wheel & Mfg. Co.
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Chicago Wheel & Mfg. Co.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0063.xml
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72
72
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MINIATURE CAMERA PROJECTION SERVICE
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MINIATURE CAMERA PROJECTION SERVICE
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0064.xml
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72
72
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FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION
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FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0065.xml
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72
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MEDO PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
[no value]
MEDO PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0066.xml
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73
73
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MEVI
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MEVI
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0068.xml
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73
73
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MOGULLS
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MOGULLS
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0069.xml
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73
73
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THE HALOID COMPANY
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THE HALOID COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0070.xml
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74
74
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0071.xml
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75
75
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MIMOSA AMERICAN CORPORATION: PAN-TILTING TOP
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MIMOSA AMERICAN CORPORATION
PAN-TILTING TOP
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0072.xml
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0073.xml
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75
75
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Central CAMERA CO.
CAMERAS
Central CAMERA CO.
PROJECTORS
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0074.xml
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76
76
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0075.xml
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77
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0076.xml
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77
77
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LEONARD WESTPHALEN
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LEONARD WESTPHALEN
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0077.xml
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77
77
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THE KALART COMPANY
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THE KALART COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0078.xml
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77
77
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0079.xml
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78
78
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BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
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BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0080.xml
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78
78
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PIERCE WATCH COMPANY
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PIERCE WATCH COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0081.xml
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78
78
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KLEIN & GOODMAN
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KLEIN & GOODMAN
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0082.xml
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79
79
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MARKS & FULLER, INC.
[no value]
MARKS & FULLER, INC.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0083.xml
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79
79
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[no value]
Weston Electrical Instrument Corp.
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Weston Electrical Instrument Corp.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0084.xml
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80
80
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0086.xml
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82
82
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Bass CAMERA CO.
VOIGTLANDER SUPERB
Bass CAMERA CO.
INSTOSCOPE
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0087.xml
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82
82
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GENERAL CAMERA CO.
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GENERAL CAMERA CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0088.xml
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83
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0089.xml
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83
83
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McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
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McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0090.xml
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84
84
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HARRISON-SIMPSON CO.
[no value]
HARRISON-SIMPSON CO.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0091.xml
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84
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WELLS-SMITH
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0092.xml
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84
84
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MADISON MART INC.
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MADISON MART INC.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0093.xml
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84
84
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FOTOSHOP, Inc.
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FOTOSHOP, Inc.
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86
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PHOTO MARKETING CORP.
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PHOTO MARKETING CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0096.xml
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87
87
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AMERICAN BOLEX COMPANY, Inc.: PAILLARD-BOLEX
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AMERICAN BOLEX COMPANY, Inc.
PAILLARD-BOLEX
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0097.xml
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88
88
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BELL & HOWELL COMPANY
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BELL & HOWELL COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19370701_0001_003_0098.xml