Issue: 19371201

Wednesday, December 1, 1937
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Popular Photography
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AGFA
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AGFA
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
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PHOTO UTILITIES INC.
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PHOTO UTILITIES INC.
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Intercontinental Marketing Corp.: ROBOT
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Intercontinental Marketing Corp.
ROBOT
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LONGINES - WITTNAUER CO., INC.
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LONGINES - WITTNAUER CO., INC.
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CENTRAL CAMERA COMPANY
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CENTRAL CAMERA COMPANY
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Advertisements
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TRIPODS
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CANDID SHOTS
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THE EDITOR
WE WERE interested in an item recently clipped from the Pasadena Star-News and brought to our attention. It’s about Don Downie. contributor to POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, whose most recent article “Pinch-Hitting for a Staff News Cameraman” appeared in the October issue.
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CONTENTS
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Popular Photography
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With A Camera In Bethlehem On Christmas
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CLARENCE SORENSEN
IN JERUSALEM they asked, “Which Christmas do you want to see?” Not understanding such a question, I inquired, “How many have you?” “Two big ones,” explained the clerk in the tourist agency. “The first one comes December 25, another important one a couple of weeks later in January.
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A Darkroom Mystery
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Merle J. Oelke
ONE of the toughest problems ever to come up in a photographic darkroom appeared just the other day. It happened in this way. I hurriedly went into our large darkroom and tried to turn on a white light but the light didn’t go on. On examination I found that out of the seventeen circuits carrying more or less electricity fifteen of them had failed.
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Let's Make The Youngster's Portrait
With simple equipment the amateur cameraman can record the varying moods of childhood.
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FRANK FENNER
CHILD portraiture, while not the easiest branch of photography, is certainly one of the most fascinating. Nearly everybody appreciates a spontaneous, sparkling picture of a happy youngster. Aside from being intensely interesting—and almost inexhaustible in its scope—this work has another decided advantage.
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Amateur Records Birth Of An Island
Nature burst forth in the South Seas and Don Thatcher, with calm deliberation, made the only photographs of the catastrophe.
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L. D. RASHALL
IT WAS a sultry afternoon in the port of Rabaul, New Britain, in the most remote corner of the South Seas, northeast of Australia. Hell broke loose that afternoon as it can only in those hot, southern waters. A low, subterranean rumble was the only warning.
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18,19,96
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Caricatures from the Studio That Luck Built
Two winning sweepstakes tickets put them in business—but the story from then on is one of clever ideas enthusiastically applied.
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CHARLES CARSON
WHEN lightning strikes twice in one place, that’s news. When a winner in the Irish sweepstakes turns around and repeats, that's a miracle! But I am not writing a racing story—I am going to tell you how two lucky women invested their winnings in a photographic enterprise that has become the eighth wonder of Hollywood.
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Who Said Myth ?
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Ed S. Woodhead
SILOM S. HORWITZ says in POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY for September, ". . . fine grain as popularly understood (misunderstood) is a myth.” Mr. Horwitz has bravely attempted to build up a case on very little foundation. He is to be commended on having been able to concoct an acceptable article of such flimsy material, but lest any unwary soul be tempted to take his dicta for gospel, I propose a look at the other side of the subject.
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Check The Background Before You Shoot
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THE background often makes the difference between an ordinary snapshot and a really good picture. Photographs generally should have one center of interest. All other objects or contrasts of tone appearing in the picture should be subordinate to this one thing of dominant interest.
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Debunking Some Photographic Superstitions
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Irving J. Newman
STUDENTS of practical photography who follow many of the hints and tricks of old time photographers will sooner or later find themselves in inexplicable grief. Many of these stunts, continued by oldsters and youngsters alike despite patient warnings of the more scientific technicians, must be listed as photographic superstitions; there is no other explanation; they are based on such physical and chemical fallacies that they can’t be labeled traditional.
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Free-Lance CAMERAMAN
Grabbing hot news pictures has become an exciting and profitable occupation for New York's Arthur Fellig. This story of his work is packed with thrills.
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ROSA REILLY
IT WAS four in the morning. Heat held New York in its grip. In the little room on Center Market Place, just across from headquarters, the teletype, seismograph of crime, was recording only routine precinct bulletins of heat prostrations, fires, and occasional berserk eruptions from parboiled tenements.
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The Inside Workings Of A. P. Wirephoto
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IN 1928 photography was introduced into the nation-wide news service of the Associated Press. Last month we surveyed its growth from the period when photographs were dispatched by fast train, motorcycle, and plane to the present day transmission by wire.
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This Man OUTERBRIDGE
A student of painting and sculpture, Paul Outerbridge turned with success to the camera as a medium of artistic expression.
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GRAY STRIDER
IN THIS issue, we nominate Paul Outerbridge, color camerman extraordinaire, for the hall of photographic fame because better than most any living lensman today, he combines classical line and form with pulsing, fleshly beauty. An arresting example of the Outerbridge craftsmanship is the accompanying “Gilded Venus” which we more mundanely term the two-tone torso.
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Making Your Christmas Movie
A visit from Santa Claus—colorful festivities —family gatherings. The amateur movie maker will surely want to record these happy holidays for his film library. The author gives many helpful suggestions and new ideas.
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Robert H. Unseld
DID you ever stop to think what grand movies Charles Dickens would have made if he could have played around with a camera in old England? Just about a hundred years ago Mr. Pickwick spent Christmas with the Wardles, the nicest Christmas anyone has ever been able to tell us about.
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Cold Snaps!
Don't freeze up when winter comes—read what Pat Terry has to say about taking frosty snapshots and how he makes some of his best pictures in the winter.
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PAT TERRY
I WOULD rather take pictures in winter time than at any other period of the year. For one thing, I have less competition. In the second place, more things happen. Thirdly, the sports which occur in winter are more dramatic. As a fourth consideration, there is less foliage to create monotony in the cold weather months, and the winter light is more pictorial in that it casts longer shadows.
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An Open Letter To
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R. I. Nesmith
Dear Mr. Nesmith: After perusing your interesting article in POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, "Editors Give Me the Jitters,” October, page 33, I began to muse on some of the humorous points brought out by your vast experience in furnishing photos of all sorts on short notice (to editors of all sorts).
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My Kodak Pays Dividends
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Lamont Johnson
I HAVE been a newspaperman and free lance for about 15 years, therefore on the lookout for any subject material I might turn into cash. So when a large chunk of farm land near Buhl, Idaho, suddenly skidded on a short-cut toward China, bringing editorial wires from as far off as London, England, I saw a good chance to sell some pictures.
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A Homemade Retouching Desk
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MOST amateur photographers have little need of an elaborate and expensive desk for retouching negatives, yet would like to have a convenient way of doing little retouching jobs on occasional negatives. One such amateur constructed one of scrap materials around his shop in half an hour’s time and it worked so well he never felt the need of a better one.
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Nature Pictures In The Kitchen
Pictures of animals in their natural surroundings do not necessarily have to be made outdoors. You can take some swell ones at home—if you know how.
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HENRY B. KANE
TIME was when there were only two kinds of nature photographers —purists and fakers. The gap between them was wide and impassable. To the purist anything was taboo that had been altered one iota from nature’s original setup. He was the man who built blinds in swamps and tree-tops, who stalked his game relentlessly through tangled undergrowth and over open plain.
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Enlarging For The Amateur
Enlarging is not difficult, and this article will help the amateur to master the use of the equipment and the process by which large pictures can be made from his negatives.
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THOSE who have followed this series of articles in the last few issues of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPY have been taken through the process of developing film and making contact prints. Now we venture into the fascinating field of projection printing—making enlargements from our favorite negatives.
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Extra! New High-speed Film
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PHOTOGRAPHY marches on! Just at press time comes a startling message from Agfa, who announce three new films with an amazing increase in emulsion speed. A few years ago the development of fast panchromatic films tripled and quadrupled the previous “par-speed" films of our childhood.
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Taking the December Cover in Color
DO YOU KNOW THE ANSWERS?
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AGAIN we present a cover made by Gordon Coster, Chicago illustration photographer. The original photograph, a 35 mm. color transparency, was made on Kodachrome film Type A (for use with artificial light). The illustration was carried out according to a layout furnished to the photographer, and the minor details and refinements of lighting were perfected in the studio.
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Photographic Christmas Cards
Amateurs who want to make their own photographic Christmas cards will find here suggestions for some that are different from the ordinary greetings.
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C. G. HAMMOND
NOVEMBER heralds a flood of Christmas card salesmen, each with his kit of samples showing what is new and different for the year. In order to obtain something unusually nice in the way of a personal greeting we are often forced to pay twenty-five cents or more per card.
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HOW "Pop" Photo Crashes AN OPENING
Worming in and out of a crowd of distinguished celebrities, the author and her camera assistants bring back a pictorial record of milliner Lilly Daché's swanky party.
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FLORENCE MEETZE
WHEN you go out to photograph a glamour party, you’ve got to be prepared for anything. And I mean anything! You may be confronted—as POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY'S camera staff recently was—with lovely ladies star-dusted with wine; bacchic young men in faultless tails; a golden lamb, life-sized; flame colored marble floors; limitless magnums of champagne; bunches of orchids as large as potato sacks; bejewelled Byzantine door knocker; and young Chinese girl attendants, proffering rare foods.
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Your Wife's Camera Complexion
This famous beauty specialist explains why a woman's photographic beauty is largely a matter of makeup.
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Elizabeth Arden
MANY a man believes his wife is as alluring and lovely as Myrna Loy—until he tries to take her picture with his new camera. Then he looks at his first finished print and is shocked. The little woman’s nose does seem a trifle long. And where did those fatal lines around her neck come from?
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Question and Answer Department
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M. B. Trenton. N.J. Since the rays from every point of light reflected from an object strike all parts of the lens, how can a sky-filter hold back the blue of the sky while the rest of the view receives full exposure? ANSWER: The very fact that every point of light from the sky strikes every portion of the lens before it is focused on the film proves that a sky filter is at best only 50 per cent efficient.
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Making A Collection With Your Camera
If you like collecting as a hobby and the items you want are too costly or space-consuming, make your collection on film.
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PAUL W. KEARNEY
ARE you one of those grown-up little boys who can never resist the lure of collecting things? Of course, you may be high hat enough to call yourself a numismatist, or a philatelist, or antiquarian. But the basic idea is that if you have a yen for old coins, stamps, Indian relics, antique glass, or snuff boxes, you’re missing a bet if you don’t use your camera to the limit.
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Something New In Camera Parties
The guests' cards for admission are their prints, especially made for the occasion, on assigned subjects.
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DR. BURTON J. GOVE
DID you ever find yourself in the photographic doldrums? So bored by lack of camera activity that you had almost forgotten the difference between a lens shade and a filter? My wife and I found ourselves in that predicament last winter. We had developed all the films we had exposed during the fall, and then, generally speaking, hit a photographic slump.
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East and West
Every corner of the globe offers its camera possibilities to those in search of photographic beauty.These two noted examples were found at opposite ends of the world
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Elevators
The camera is a versatile instrument, finding beauty in the structures of man or nature with equal facility. Here the camera has glorified equally the grain in the fields of Hungary and the storage elevators in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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A MASTER Photographer POSES
Where have you seen this face before? In millions of magazines, for it is the face of Underwood & Underwood's most versatile male model ... Yet few realize that this master model is none other than Lejaren á Hiller, the world-famous photographic illustrator . . . the camera genius who can perform with superlative distinction at either end of the lens
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Four of a Kind
Multiple arrangements offer real inspiration to an enterprising photographer seeking something different .... These two camera artists have created effects that would almost certainly be overlooked if they considered their subjects singly
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Meditation
To capture the mood of his subject simply, without artifice and without props, is the aim of a good cameraman ... In these two excellent examples . . . the eighty-two-year-old patriarch and the youthful ragamuffin ... this aim has been achieved
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Shadow Designs
Every object in strong light casts a shadow, and therein lies the secret of many an excellent photograph . . . Paul Charles Kirsch, of Jersey City, N, J., illustrates how novel designs can be obtained by maneuvering a single spotlight against simple household objects
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Left Behind
Two able photographers, making generous use of heavy shadows . . . have created a mood of utter loneliness, of sadness, that a thousand words could not improve
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Greetings
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"POP” PHOTO in the spirit of good honest fun pauses to wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to some of its contemporaries. Quite naturally the camera assignment went to lack Hazlehurst, ably assisted by his usual solitary model...this time eighteen year old Frances Neal of Texas
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Christmas
As the happy year-end holiday draws near, children gaze with eager eyes in toy-laden shop windows. Many are happy with anticipation, many sad with the fear that Santa will again forget them
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Canada's Johan Helders
Although a head waiter in an Ottawa hotel, he has become one of the Dominion's foremost pictorialists.
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FRANK FLAHERTY
JOHAN HELDERS, whose pictures are prominent in international photographic exhibitions, has a philosophy about photographic art. It is an ethical philosophy, and he believes artistic ability is a privilege in return for which the artist owes a great debt to society.
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Jack Hazlehurst
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John Holloway
HERE we are at the studio with Jack Hazlehurst and his model, piquant Frances Neal, so recently from Texas that her drawl is a delight to everyone. Thought you’d like to see how the “great” Hazlehurst works, see how the feature on page 52 of this issue was made, after having his stuff crammed down your necks for so long.
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The Editor Tells About the Salon Section
PAGE 43—PICTURE OF THE MONTH
PAGE 44—EAST AND WEST
PAGE 45—ELEVATORS
PAGES 46-47—A MASTER PHOTOGRAPHER POSES
PAGE 48—FOUR OF A KIND
PAGE 49— MEDITATION
PAGE 50—SHADOW DESIGNS
PAGE 51—LEFT BEHIND
PAGES 52-53—GREETINGS
PAGE 54—CHRISTMAS
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In company with a student, Bowman was headed for a nearby gorge in search of picture material. Shortly after starting up the trail, which is used both to haul out firewood and as a bridle path, tney crossed the bridge shown. Looking back Bowman was so struck with the beauty of the scene—the gray bark of the beeches against a background of snow, the dash of green furnished by the hemlocks, and the long shadows of the late afternoon— that he lost no time in making a picture.
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A Lens Shade Is Important
Few amateurs realize how much a lens shade will improve the quality of their prints or how simple it is to make one.
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DR. I. CLYDE CORNOG
HERE and there in photographic literature one finds advice concerning the lens shade. The advice seems never to be very complete, but usually incidental in nature and limited to some sort of general statement to the effect that the lens should be protected from all light not directly concerned with the field to be photographed.
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Pictures from Our Readers
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Print Criticisms for Our Readers
NEW BOOKS
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N. C. B., Zanesville, Ohio—Whatever faults this print may have, there is much to be said for its photographic quality and fine range of tonal gradation. Careful exposure and intelligent use of a filter were undoubtedly responsible for this feature.
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Getting Effects With Your 8 mm. Movie Camera
New Uses for Shoe Polish
Coins As Weights
Groundglass Focusing At Night
A Giant Camera
Handle for Camera
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A STUDY of the photograph discloses the simple construction of a combined lens shade and iris fading attachment for your 8mm. motion picture camera. The basic materials are the bellows, lens mount, and iris diaphragm from an old Vest Pocket or similar folding camera.
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Trade Notes and News Items
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A NEW TRIPOD head which makes it possible to swing your camera from horizontal to vertical, without having to remove it, is being manufactured by the Ingledue Co., 709 Broadway, Glendale, Calif. The head “pans” and tilts as well, and all three movements lock firmly in position, insuring steady pictures.
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Calendar of Photographic Exhibitions
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advertisement
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Advertisements
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FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION
National Graflex
FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION
Speed Graphic
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KIN-O-LUX, Inc.
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KIN-O-LUX, Inc.
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New Tricks for Camera Owners to Try
An Emergency Spotlight
Developing Tank Apron
Easy Pouring
Fadein and Fadeout Effects
Picture Finders
Removing Screw Caps
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IF YOU should ever find yourself “in a spot” for a spotlight to emphasize some part of your subject, this idea may help you out of the difficulty. Clamp together two reflectors, as shown, using large paper clips or wooden clothes pins.
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Du Pont Film Manufacturing Corporation
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Du Pont Film Manufacturing Corporation
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What the Camera Clubs Are Doing
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INDIANAPOLIS CAMERA CLUB held Its annual Invitational Exhibit of Pictorial Photography during the month of October at the John Herron Art Institute. Eleven clubs competed for the Warren Munk trophy, which is awarded for permanent possession to the club presenting the 16 prints most meritorious in the judgment of the jury.
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A Glossary for Photography
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D. Dauer—marking on German shutters equivalent to B ("bulb”). DAGUERREOTYPE. Early process for obtaining a camera picture, invented by Daguerre. D & P. An abbreviation meaning "Developing and Printing.” It is used by firms who do developing and printing for amateurs.
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