Issue: 19400201

Thursday, February 1, 1940
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Popular Photography
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defender PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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DETROLA CORPORATION
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DETROLA CORPORATION
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The Kalart Company Inc.
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The Kalart Company Inc.
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Ampro Corp.
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Ampro Corp.
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FINK-ROSELIEVE CO., INC.
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FINK-ROSELIEVE CO., INC.
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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CANDID SHOTS
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THE EDITOR
WE have always welcomed contributions from our readers and a large percentage of our articles and pictures represents the work of amateur and professional photographers who rarely write articles or sell pictures to magazines. Yet we are asked daily in our correspondence whether we care to examine the description of gadgets developed by our readers, see their salon prints or examine their color shots for possible cover use.
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HARRIS • SEYBOLD • POTTER COMPANY
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HARRIS • SEYBOLD • POTTER COMPANY
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BELL & HOWELL
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BELL & HOWELL
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Popular Photography
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Contents
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HE PHOTOGRAPHS "The Face of America"
Small Level Aids Composition
Popular Photography Exhibit Dates Given
Rapid Mixing of Chemicals
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Herbert O. Warren
IT was a cold December day in 1938. A young man, dark-eyed and dark-haired, sat across a desk from his publisher in New York. The latter speaks: “Get out to San Francisco as fast as you can! They’re going to have a World’s Fair there pretty quick!”
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SHOOTING FAST INDOOR SPORTS
AN EXPERIENCED PICTURE EDITOR TELLS YOU ABOUT THE TECHNIQUE OF STOPPING ACTION IN ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.
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George J. Hummel
THE football parade, with its bulky warriors and shivering drum-majorettes, has rounded the sea sonal corner in one last burst of glory at the New Year's Day "Bowl" games. Following in its wake comes a fresh ar ray of athletes, the athletes of indoor sports, and with them comes a host of new picture opportunities.
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NEWS PICTURES OF THE MONTH
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Being where things happen when they happen is one of the secrets of success in news photography. This is true even in the widely divergent subjects presented this month—from the pitiful tragedy of a family's eviction from its home to testing military defenses.
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MY FAVORITE PICTURE
Attempting to capture the many aspects of New York City, photographer Abbott made this montage of the metropolis.
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BERENICE ABBOTT
MY FAVORITE PICTURE? HOW can I tell? Was it Cocteau's hands? Or James Joyce's black patch? Norris Dam, or Cities Service Building? Old cigar store Indians, or tugs on the East River? Why should I love it more than other pictures? Because on the day I took it:
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The NEWSREELS Go To WAR
Picturing the war in all its phases, subtle and strident, movie news men are everywhere from the diplomatic front to the battle front.
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TRUMAN TALLEY
NEWSREEL reporting in its highest sense is strictly objective, and, therefore, the least influenced by the human equation. So war, to the unbiased eye of the newsreel camera, becomes just another actuality to be photographed as completely as its limitations allow.
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The "MAGIC EYE" PICTURES ACTION
News photographers have adapted the movie camera to taking sequence still pictures of fast-moving sports scenes.
A Low-Cost Case for Your Camera and Accessories
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C. F. SILEO
THE sequence shots of game-winning plays in football or baseball, which appear in your newspaper, are made possible by a special camera. News photographers long needed such a camera—news photographers developed and perfected it. The Magic Eye camera, as it was named, has taken its place in the evolution of news photography along with the flashbulb and wire-photo system.
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PICTURESQUE NEW ORLEANS
Old World atmosphere, a rich historical background, and the famous Mardi Gras make New Orleans a pictorial bonanza.
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BOB HURST
EVEN without its world-famous Mardi Gras, New Orleans is indisputably one of America’s most photogenic cities. Uniquely combining the Old World with the New, it offers you an infinite variety of subjects. The narrow, picturesque streets and romantic courtyards of the French Quarter reflect the quiet beauty of another age.
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MINIATURE RAILROADS
A NEW CAMERA SUBJECT
THE realistic trains of model railroad hobbyists make interesting setups for tabletop photography.
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KARL A. BARLEBEN
Lighting that simulates the effect of sunlight is one of the secrets of photographing the scale models realistically. Here a single light source gives pronounced shadows.
JUST in case you haven’t heard, miniature railroading is a rapidly growing and thriving hobby—no, not among youngsters, but among grown-ups. And the photographing of these amazingly realistic model trains threatens to become as popular as picturing the actual giants of the rails.
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First Televised Photographic Demonstration
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Ruth White
ANTICIPATING “things to come,” the National Broadcasting Co. recently put on the air the first televised photographic demonstration and lecture. Participating in the demonstration were Hillary Bailey, F.R.P.S., of the Agfa Ansco Corp., radio actress Jean Colbert, and N.B.C. announcer Gilbert Martyn.
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AMERICA'S ONLY WOMAN NEWS PHOTOG-ENGRAVER
Attractive Marion Strahl of Escanaba, Michigan, is both chief photographer and engraver for the local newspaper.
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ORMAL I. SPRUNGMAN
SOME folks hail from a long line of bushy-browed shutter clickers. Others are just born lucky with a fine camera in their hands and a news scoop staring them right in the face. But Marion Strahl is different. She became a news photographer and photoengraver, not by inheritance, but through necessity— and entirely by accident.
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I PHOTOGRAPH WINTER
A skiing enthusiast, Borgersen began taking winter pictures for fun. Now he is famous for his work.
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ORVILLE BORGERSEN
I HAVE a business that keeps me occupied from May to Thanksgiving, but from then until the following spring I devote my time almost exclusively to my cameras. Photography in winter is not different from snapshooting in summer. If you master three salient facts, there is little reason why you can’t shoot pictures with the same excellent results that you obtain in summer.
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IMPROVING Synchro-Flash
Synchronized flash photography is becoming simpler and more reliable through research conducted by physicists and technologists.
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JACK PRICE
ANY study of flash synchronization that pretends to be thorough must take into consideration every factor that contributes to synchronization. Such a study, if undertaken with reservations regarding any of the several instruments involved, must inevitably defeat itself for the reason that perfect synchronization demands the perfect coordination of all factors.
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Making Photographic Valentines
An Easy Method of Making 35 mm Contact Prints
Handy Weights for Formulas
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Paul Hadley
WINTER is the time of year when many of us, due to choice or necessity, will be confining our photographic efforts to taking pictures indoors. Most of us have tried our hand at making photographic Christmas cards, but how many of us have ever thought of making valentines by means of our camera?
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The WORLD'S LARGEST CAMERA CLUB
Executives, scientists, and factory workers meet on an equal basis in this group of fans whose job is making cameras and supplies.
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IRVING W. HOWLAND
WHERE would you seek the world’s largest camera club? In the world’s largest city? In the most densely populated of civilized countries? In France, where photography originated with Daguerre a century ago, or in England, where Fox-Talbot pioneered in evolving the negative-positive process which first made print-making practical?
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To Shake or Not to Shake
Many users of developing tanks get poor results because of improper technique. An expert photographer points out the importance of proper film agitation in obtaining consistently good negatives.
Keeping Formulas Handy
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HILLARY G. BAILEY
IT has been said that there are photographers who read the instruction sheets which the manufacturers include in their film packages. This is encouraging information and quite heartening to the manufacturers’ product information departments, for their experience has been such at times as to make them doubt whether anyone ever bothers to read their carefully prepared directions.
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AN OPEN LETTER TO A PRIZE-WINNER'S WIFE
Long-suffering wives of amateur photographers can all have a good cry with Mrs. Hancock via this amusing article.
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MARY K. HANCOCK
YOU don’t know me from Adam, Mrs. Johnson, but I have just finished reading Prize Winner in a Year in POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY (November, 1939, page 32), and believe me, we have things in common. I’m no camera enthusiast and I’ll bet a coke you aren’t either, because in that story about your husband I read this:
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Salon Section
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GUATEMALAN SUNSET
Picture of the month
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Joseph Janney Steinmetz
By deliberate underexposure, photographer Steinmetz silhouetted his figures against a cloud-filled sky. Then he proceeded to overprint slightly, thus transforming an ordinary scene into a picture full of drama and atmosphere.
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SHADOWS
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ADDED interest often can be introduced into a photograph in the form of striking shadows which result from skilful posing and lighting of the subject.
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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
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NATHANIEL FIELD
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ON THE FARM
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FINE camera subjects are to be found in the country as well as in the city. These prize-winning photographs reflect the true atmosphere of life on the farm.
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CIRCUS
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FEATS of balance never fail to thrill or amuse the onlooker. Two enterprising photographers have taken advantage of split-second picture opportunities to record these entertaining performers at work.
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WAGONS
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MANY a commonplace subject can be strikingly porfrayed in settings which provide contrast. Here the lowly horse and wagon become the center of interest in these splendid photographs.
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MEN and GUNS
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EVER since the invention of firearms man has been fascinated by guns. Frank R. Butt of Bayside, N. Y., photographed his subject taking careful aim with a target rifle while the picture by Fritz Henle of New York City shows a soldier inspecting the bore of a field piece.
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POISE
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Wm. E. UNDERWOOD
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MARBLE
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FINE photographic technique is apparent in these outstanding architectural studies. Note how the marble statue above and the group of sightseers below are dwarfed by the tall Corinthian columns and high rotunda arches.
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KIBITZERS
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MOST of us, young or old, are disposed to give unsolicited advice to the other fellow. This human trait is cleverly portrayed in the engaging photographs by Harold Climo and E. Anthony Eno.
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TEXTURE
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To demonstrate for his class in photography an easy method of recording texture in materials, J. Ghislain Lootens, F.R.P.S., made this picture of a piece of satin. His lighting arrangement is shown in the sketch.
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STOPPING MOTION WITH YOUR CAMERA
The author tells you how to choose the right shutter speed in order to insure sharp negatives when shooting action.
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STAN JENKINS
EVERY camera owner has occasion to take pictures of moving objects. Often, however, the results are not satisfactory due to the fact that too slow a shutter speed was used and the image is not sharp. In photographing ordinary subjects such as persons, groups, scenes, etc., we are accustomed to choosing a diaphragm opening and setting the shutter speed to accommodate the stop selected for desired depth of field and degree of exposure.
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Stopping MOTION
Group of pictures taken with a 5" lens at shutter speeds based on the table on page 51.
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STAN JENKINS
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"PANORAM" YOUR ACTION SHOTS
The fastest shutter won't absolutely "stop" certain subjects. But a little practice and a few simple tricks will help you to get sharp images nevertheless.
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THOMAS P. LAKE
"HERE they come!” As the warning cry ripples down the line of spectators, there is a hurried shuffling of feet, a simultaneous training of cameras that stare unwinkingly toward the leaping, thundering line of glistening speed boats. And after they have passed and the pulsating air has quieted, the camera fans relax tired muscles and draw relieved breaths.
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PUT COLOR ON YOUR SCREEN
You can project your black-and-white films in an array of striking colors adapted to your subject by using this easily-made color wheel.
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JEANE SCHERR
A FEW years ago, who of us would have predicted the rebirth of the lantern-slide vogue in a slick, new, streamlined form? Except for schoolroom purposes (and for announcements in neighborhood theaters) the slide projector was dead as a doornail.
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MORE LIGHT IN YOUR MOVIES
The simple but effective arrangements which are described by the author will help to give your indoor sequences a professional quality.
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SIDNEY A. DIAMOND
SUPERSENSITIVE film, fast lenses, and inexpensive flood illumination have made indoor movies commonplace, but it is only a small minority of amateurs who understand the handling of lighting in such a way as to obtain professional-looking results.
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PICTURE ANALYSIS
Two winners in POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY'S Prize Photo Contest receive the analyst's attention this month.
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NICHOLAS HAZ
DEAR Mr. Editor: Your commission to analyze the winners of your Prize Photo Contest puts me in an embarrassing position. To analyze means to judge; to judge that which was judged before means to supervise the judging of others. I don’t feel qualified to do this.
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BUILD A DRYER FOR YOUR ROLL FILM
One of these handy accessories will facilitate your darkroom work and can be built at a very small cost.
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DWIGHT W. WILLIAMSON
A NEGATIVE dryer is a very handy darkroom accessory both in winter and summer when dampness causes an unreasonable increase in the drying time of films. However, with a few inexpensive articles a very efficient one can be made. Depending upon the type you build, such a device will dry your films in from 10 minutes to half an hour.
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Developing In Air
A new developing technique which overcomes some of the difficulties inherent in present-day methods is described here by its inventor.
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Dr. ALBERT B. DORAN
GIVE a man a camera and some darkroom facilities and it will be difficult to predict what he will produce in negative quality with the conventional methods and standards available. The difficulties inherent in the presentday methods of developing film have been regarded as unsurmountable obstacles since the inception of photography.
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INGENIOUS CAMERA DEVICE TRAPS BURGLAR
With an inexpensive box camera and a couple of photoelectric cells, an efficient trap was laid for a thief. The resulting picture caused his capture.
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TROUBLED by burglars breaking into a filling station he owned, Dr. E. L. Brunswick of Crystal Lake, I11., turned his knowledge of photography to catching a thief. He astounded the sheriff one morning by handing him a photograph and blandly announcing that it was a picture of the thief.
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PICTURES FROM OUR READERS
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First award this month goes to Roy Marker of Oakland, Calif., for this excellent rural scene. Entitled "August Work," the picture was made with a Foth Derby camera with an ƒ 3.5 lens. Taken about 2:00 p.m. in bright sunlight, the exposure was 1/500 second at f 8 on Agfa Superpan Press film.
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Using Glycerin for Sharper Enlargements
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Davidge Rowland
ONE of the tricks frequently used by photographers to prevent scratches on negatives from marring their enlargements is to sandwich the negatives between layers of glycerin applied to the glass plates of the negative holder. This method has been suggested for eliminating Newton’s Rings when they persist in spoiling otherwise good prints.
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Quicker Filtering With Cotton
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J. G. Heitshu
WHEN absorbent cotton is used for filtering photographic solutions the process takes about as long as when filter paper is employed. I have devised the following method of reducing the length of time required with the cotton. I cut a small disc from a piece of thick celluloid, and bored several holes in it.
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Accessible Darkroom Light
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Roy F. Kaiser
I FOUND that whenever I wanted to turn on the white ceiling light in my darkroom, I had to walk over to the wall switch to do so. This resulted in a lot of extra steps, plus the annoyance of bumping into things in the dark. After installing a pull chain socket I ran strings from the chain to the parts of the darkroom most used.
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Print Christmas
The service rendered on this page is free to our readers Send your prints with tecnical data to POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, 608 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, III. We regret that we cannot criticize prints by mail. Send self-addressed and stamped envelope for return.
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J. B., Harrisburg, Pa.—A careful study of this portrait reveals the fact that you are seriously trying to do good work. Modeling of the features is splendid and leaves little to be desired with the POSsible exception of stronger catch-lights in the eyes to give them more life.
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Questions & answers
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F.F.C., Fresno, Calif. What are the so-called "viscose" sponges made of? ANSWER : They are manufactured from cellulose acetate. Q.O.E., Boston, Mass. Please tell me what is meant by the "covering power" of a lens. ANSWER: Covering power is the capacity of a lens to render a sharply defined image to the edges of plate or film size it is designed to cover, when used at its widest aperture.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Dear Sir: ...The color pictures are remarkable (in the December issue), but if I may follow this bouquet with a brickbat, I venture to protest the first color award—a pretty gnj in a beautiful woodland setting, but spoiled by the cigarette she is holding...
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New Tricks FOR CAMERA OWNERS...
Combining 1st and 3rd Class Envelopes for Mailing
Storing Developer
A Cigar Box Safelight
Body Shutter Release
A Monochrome Viewer for the Reflex Camera
Home-made Print Straightener
Non-Slip Tabletop Tripod
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WHEN mailing photographs it is often necessary to accompany them with some written matter that cannot go at third class rates. To save postage the photographs can be mailed at the third class rate and the letter can be put in a separate envelope on which first class postage is attached.
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TRADE NOTES AND NEWS
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FEATURING a fully color-corrected triplet anastigmat lens, plus built-in rangefinder and exposure meter, the newly announced Acro camera makes 16 pictures on a roll of Nos. 127 or A-8 or any other standard vest pocket film. Either an ƒ 3.5 or an ƒ 4.5 lens is available, both of 2" focal length, and both stopping down to ƒ 18.
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CALENDAR OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS
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OPTOCHROM
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EXPOSURE METER
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PRESS FLASHES
Exposure Factors For Use in Enlarging
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THIS month we are starting a new column in POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY—A column that we’ve wanted to write for a long time, and one which we think will appeal to every photographer who has a drop of hypo in his blood. The subject— Press Photography. Press Photography! What an exciting picture that phrase brings up!
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What the Camera Clubs Are Doing
Northern Ohio Council Forms
More for Your Correspondence List
Kodak Exhibit Goes on Tour
Philadelphia Cinema Club Presents Unusual Programs
We Hear—
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Sincere efforts to promote interclub friendship and cooperation in their vicinity have resulted in the formation of the Camera Club Council of Northern Ohio by some 16 organizations. First meeting was held Dec. 8, 1939, and subsequent meetings are to be held on the second Friday of each month. at places to be announced by the Council.
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Notes on the Salon Section
PAGE 39—PICTURE OF THE MONTH
PAGE 40—SHADOWS
PAGE 41—BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
PAGES 42-43—ON THE FARM
PAGE 44—CIRCUS
PAGE 45—WAGONS
PAGE 46—MEN AND GUNS
PAGE 47—POISE
PAGE 48—MARBLE
PAGE 49—KIBITZER
PAGE 50—TEXTURE
THE FEBRUARY COVER
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While motoring in the Guatemalan highlands near the ruins of Utatlan, fortified pre-Conquest city of the Quiche-Maya Indians, Joseph Janney Steinmetz came upon the setting for this excellent picture. Setting up his 4x5 Speed Graphic with its 13.5 cm Zeiss Tessar ƒ 4.5 lens, he waited until some Indians with their burdens came by on their way home from market.
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Star Gazing with a Camera
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Emil Pearson
TAKING pictures of star paths is a branch of amateur photography which is both simple and fascinating yet surprisingly little known to the average camera fan. Though I claim no originality in obtaining star-path pictures, they are something a bit out of the ordinary and never fail to arouse interest and curiosity whenever shown.
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NEW BOOKS
Rounded Negative Corners
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PICTURES WITH A PURPOSE—HOW THEY ARE MADE, by Charles E. Kerlee. Published by Camera Craft Publishing Co. Paper, spiral bound, 8x10, 80 pages, illustrated, $2.50. A selection of photographs which were made by the author to fill definite orders.
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Prize Contests and Markets
If You Want Good Negatives—
Simple Print Straightener
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PACKARD MOTOR CAR CO. announces a nation-wide photo contest with 229 awards, including five 1940 Packard cars and $3600 in cash. The contest opens January 15th and closes March 15th. Contestants are to submit photographs of 1940 Packards taken any place in any situation.
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