Issue: 19411201

Monday, December 1, 1941
December
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Friday, January 9, 2015

Articles
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0001.xml
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Agfa
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Agfa
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0002.xml
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.: Defender Zested Chemicals
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DEFENDER PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
Defender Zested Chemicals
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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Table Of Content
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0004.xml
masthead
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0005.xml
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American Bolex Company, Inc.
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American Bolex Company, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0006.xml
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6
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PENN CAMERA EXCHANGE INC.
CINE GADGETS
PENN CAMERA EXCHANGE INC.
TRIPODS
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0007.xml
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CASTLE FILMS
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CASTLE FILMS
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0008.xml
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WILLOUGHLYS
CIRO-FLEX
WILLOUGHLYS
DECO SLIDE CHEST
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0009.xml
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Burke&James,inc.
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Burke&James,inc.
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0010.xml
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DU PONT
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DU PONT
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0011.xml
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Advertisements
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UNEEDA
ENLARGING LENSES
UNEEDA
CINE EQUIPMENT
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0012.xml
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WESTON ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT CORPORATION
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WESTON ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0013.xml
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REVERE
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REVERE
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0014.xml
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ILEX OPTICAL COMPANY
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ILEX OPTICAL COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0015.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0016.xml
article
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CANDID SHOTS
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THE EDITOR
WE proudly present to you in this issue some of the prize-winners in our 1941 Picture Contest. We are proud because we feel that our contest once again helped to unearth a large number of excellent pictures, hitherto seen only by a limited number of people.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0017.xml
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Dear Sir: The attached cartoon, cut from an old magazine which I rescued from a rummage sale, may interest you as a bit. of commentary on the relative sociological immutability of certain members of the human race, especially us camera addicts. It is interesting to note that the most rabid "candid” photographers were considered good cartoon subjects as far back as l912, the date of this drawing.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0018.xml
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Bell & Howell Co.
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Bell & Howell Co.
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0019.xml
article
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18,125,126,127,128,129
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PRIZE-WINNERS
IN THE POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY 1941 PICTURE CONTEST
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ONCE again we tender our hearty congratulations to the winners and our thanks to the photographers who participated with nearly forty thousand entries in our big annual Picture Contest. ALL the prize-winning pictures in the Salon Section will form a part of the Third POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Traveling Salon.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0020.xml
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18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25
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FIRST PRIZE-COLOR
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0021.xml
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Advertisements
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UNIVERSAL CAMERA CORPORATION
CINEMASTER DUAL 8MM CAMERA
UNIVERSAL CAMERA CORPORATION
UNIVERSAL 8MM P-500 PROJECTOR
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0022.xml
article
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Wide-Angle Pictures through a Pinhole
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POWELL M. GULICK
THIS astonishing series of pictures of Gotham's skyscrapers was made by William A. Wallace, New York photographer, using a pinhole for a wideangle lens. The pinhole was 0.018" in diameter, and was made in a small, thin piece of metal by driving a No. 10 needle through it.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0023.xml
article
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28,29,114,115,116
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Cameras Fight Camouflage
Cleverly-planned disguises can't conceal military objectives from the revealing eye of the aerial camera.
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LIEUT. COL.
GEORGE W. GODDARD
YOU aerial can’t camera hide can things "see” from far more Uncle than Sam’s the photographic human eye. observers. The Army The has proved that it can be used to disclose carefully-concealed military objectives. New methods in aerial photography have rendered camouflage practically worthless.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0024.xml
article
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30,31,119,120
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AMATEUR LIGHTS Will do the Job
Thanks to faster film, you can get many professional effects with ordinary lighting equipment. Here's how a leading commercial studio does it.
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John Paul Pennebaker
AMATEURS like to claim that “professional equipment” is responsible for the good pictures taken by professional photographers. They point to the expensive lighting equipment found in professional studios. But if there ever was any truth to their claims, there certainly is none any longer.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0025.xml
article
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32,117,118
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PHOTO CALENDARS Make Novel Gifts
These attractive presents cost little in time or money. Your friends can use them all year.
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W. R. OSBORNE
THIS is the time of the year when many amateur photographers begin to scratch their heads for Christmas gift ideas. You can make photographic calendars with little expenditure of money and time. They will be of use to your friends throughout the year, and will bring back pleasant recollections every day.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0026.xml
article
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MY FAVORITE PICTURE
This master of photographic illustration enjoys making dramatic pictures which serve a definite purpose and tell a complete story.
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Valentino Sarra
EACH picture I make presents a new and different problem. Consequently, each achievement is measured by the completeness with which the individual problem is solved. I am a commercial photographer. I make photographs for commerce. Thus, I make pictures that must serve a purpose for somebody else first of all.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0027.xml
article
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34,35,121,122
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Shoot it in High Key
More amateurs would try this type of picture if they knew how easy it is. An instructor in photography takes you through the entire process here.
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H. S. ULAN
ANYBODY having a good basic knowledge of exposure and development can turn out a high-key print. Very likely you’ve always intended to tackle one of these pictures, but always shied away from it became high key is supposed to be tough to handle.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0028.xml
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PRIZE-WINNING CHRISTMAS CARDS
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THESE fine, photographic greeting cards are among prize-winners in the 1940 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Christmas Card Contest. They demonstrate a few of the many clever ways you can say "Merry Christmas" with your camera. Put us on your Christmas Card list again this year —we will pay $5.00 each for the ten best ones received before January 5, 1942.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0029.xml
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38,112,113
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BUILD THIS Versatile Contact Printer
This home-made accessory will help you get better contact prints. It will do seven other photographic jobs as well.
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Kent Bellah
HERE is a handy printer that you can build yourself at a cost of only a dollar or two. It will help you make better contact prints, and will do seven other photographic jobs. This accessory was originally built to make photo-reflex copies of printed or written matter, but its design makes it suitable for several other uses.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0030.xml
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39,109,110,111
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He Made the First Hand Camera
Carl Bornmann First startled the photographic world with a snapshot camera over fifty years ago. And he's still busy with camera design.
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Hillary G. Bailey
FEW people can remember when the first hand cameras were placed on the photographic market. Even fewer realize that some of the designers of these ancient boxes are still alive. Most of us assume that hand cameras have been in use for so long that their inventors long since became excuses for tombstones.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0031.xml
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notes on the salon section
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1st Prize. This excellent natural color photograph was taken by Thomas P. Lake, Skokie, 111., in Paradise Glacier Cave, Mount Rainier, Wash. Lake, a free-lance writer and photographer, was on a picture assignment for the Milwaukee Road.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0032.xml
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SALON SECTION
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BLACK-AND-WHITE
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0033.xml
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SALON SECTION
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GRAND PRIZE
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0034.xml
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75,123,124
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TRADE NOTES AND NEWS
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A NEW SERIES OF Cinemaster movie cameras is announced, accommodating both single and double 8 film as well as the regular Univex film. A feature of two of the new models (E-8 and F-8) is a built-in extinction-type exposure meter which is superimposed on the regular viewfinder by a flick of the finger.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0035.xml
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CALENDAR OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0036.xml
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Advertisements
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
KODAK DATA BOOKS
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
KODAK REFERENCE HANDBOOK
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0037.xml
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Print Criticisms
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H.C.F., Hamilton, Ontario, Can.—Your photo shows fine print quality and has an idea behind it that is picture-worthy, but it loses much of its interest because of unrelated material which has crept in. The bicycle is a definite distraction, small walking out of the picture at the left.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0038.xml
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FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION
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FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0039.xml
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NEW TRICKS FOR CAMERA OWNERS...
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AN instantaneous temporary repair job on porcelain or enamel trays that are chipped, cracked, or have pinholes in them can be made by warming the tray slightly and rubbing a candle over the marred places. This is very effective for a short time, but if the trays are to continue in use, the treatment should be renewed from time to time.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0040.xml
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THE EDWAL LABORATORIES, INC.
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THE EDWAL LABORATORIES, INC.
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BASS CAMERA CO.: ARGUS C3
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BASS CAMERA CO.
ARGUS C3
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0042.xml
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82,105
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PRESS FLASHES
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A.J. EZICKSON
CAMERAMEN of the RAF are continually working on one big news picture that we would like to see. It is a gigantic photographic map of the German-held channel coast, showing gun emplacements and concrete forts. Infrared films have recorded the story of Britain’s own air-blitz on this coast by night and in rain and fog.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0043.xml
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Wabash Photolamp Corporation: WABASH SUPERFLASH
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Wabash Photolamp Corporation
WABASH SUPERFLASH
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0044.xml
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SERVICE CAMERA CORP.
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SERVICE CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0045.xml
article
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84,86
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AMATEUR Movie Making
The ABC of Movie Lighting
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Sidney A. Diamond
THE number-one fault in the interior scenes of amateur movies is irregular lighting. If you have ever seen a photograph of a Hollywood studio in action, you probably recall the many lighting units directed at the actors from numerous angles.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0046.xml
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DA-LITE
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DA-LITE
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0047.xml
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RADIANT MANUFACTURING CO.
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RADIANT MANUFACTURING CO.
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0048.xml
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WESTON ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT CORP.
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WESTON ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT CORP.
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PICTURES SELL MIAMI
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HAMILTON WRIGHT
BATHING beauties have made Miami famous. Publicity photographs revealing them in the latest in swim suits, sun suits, beach robes, and countless “gag” outfits have told Miami’s story of sunny beaches and summer in winter all over the country.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0050.xml
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Advertisements
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HOTEL NACIONAL DE CUBA
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HOTEL NACIONAL DE CUBA
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0052.xml
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KIRKEBY HOTELS
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KIRKEBY HOTELS
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0053.xml
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THE MIAMI BILTMORE
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THE MIAMI BILTMORE
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Advertisement
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Advertisement: JASPER
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JASPER
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Advertisement
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LEONARD WESTPHALEN
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LEONARD WESTPHALEN
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0059.xml
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meet Our Prize-Winners
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WE thought you’d like to know something about the leading prize-winners in our 1941 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Picture Contest, and what they look like. So we wrote and asked them to send along pictures of themselves, and details of their personal histories.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0060.xml
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GENERAL ELECTRIC: THE G-E EXPOSURE METER
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
THE G-E EXPOSURE METER
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0061.xml
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HABER & FINK, Inc.
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HABER & FINK, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0062.xml
article
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Electric Signs at Night
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John A. Moore
WHEN photographing neon and other electric signs at night, in many cases it’s better to have your print give some idea of the sign's size and location. This is especially true if you have any idea of making the picture for the owner of the sign or the company which installed it.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0063.xml
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Borderless Enlargements
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Dr. Emmons S. Coe
SOMETIMES you want to make an enlargement having no white border whatsoever, either because you want to take advantage of the full paper size or for some other reason. The simplest way I have found is as follows: Get some masking tape at any auto supply store.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0064.xml
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Advertisements
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BURLEIGH BROOKS INC.
Bee Bee RANGE FINDER
BURLEIGH BROOKS INC.
SAYMON-BROWN direct-reading EXPOSURE METER
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0065.xml
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Hampden Sales
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Hampden Sales
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Advertisements
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HABER & FINK,INC.
Heiland Sol, Model S
HABER & FINK,INC.
Heiland Sol, Model K
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0067.xml
article
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Choosing an Enlarger Lens
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Sidney A. Diamond
IT'S often the custom nowadays to purchase an enlarger without lens, procuring the latter as a separate item. This raises the question of what characteristics the enlarging lens should possess. It goes without saying that it should be an anastigmat which is at least as well corrected as the lens in your camera.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0068.xml
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Non-Reflecting Background
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Dr. I. Clyde Cornog
FOR A non-reflecting background against which to photograph people, flowers, or small objects, velveteen is cheap and easy to obtain at any dress goods counter. Cotton velveteen has less reflecting power than velvet, comes in a considerable variety of colors, and is usually sold in yard width.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0069.xml
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THE HALOID COMPANY
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THE HALOID COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0071.xml
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Popular Photography's Third Exhibit Starts Tour
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WITH the awarding of prizes in the 1941 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Picture Contest, an outstanding collection of 100 prints has been chosen from among the prize-winning entries and made up into the Third Annual Traveling Exhibit. As has been the custom, leading art galleries, museums, and department stores throughout the nation will hang the exhibit, in order that photo enthusiasts everywhere can see it under good conditions.
PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0072.xml
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Advertisements
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PEERLESS Camera Stores, Inc.
CONTAX II f2 Sonnar
PEERLESS Camera Stores, Inc.
TENAX II f2.8 Tessar
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ARGUS
MODEL C2
ARGUS
MODEL A3
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PopularPhotography_19411201_0009_006_0075.xml
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UNION RUBBER & ASBESTOS CO.
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A Shortstop Substitute
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IF you’re unable to get acetic acid when you have need of a shortstop bath for prints some time, try the following procedure which has worked with satisfactory results for me: Get some plain cider vinegar, and mix it with water, in the proportion of 1 oz. of vinegar to 19 oz. of water.
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Identifies Tops of Slides
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IN showing glass-mounted color transparencies, it sometimes is a source of minor annoyance to have to examine each shot before inserting it in the projector, to see which side is up. This can be eliminated in mounting the slides, by using the customary shade of binding tape on three sides, and another color—white, for instance—on the side which should be at the top when the slide is in the projector.
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CAMERA CLUBS
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The photographic interest of Phil Goldfaden of Long Branch, N. J., has prompted him to found a camera club for boys between the ages of 7 and 15 years. Goldfaden gives the youngsters instruction in basic photographic technique and photofinishing, and has set up a point system whereby box cameras are awarded as prizes.
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New Matte Transfer Film Speeds Aircraft Production
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A RECENT improvement in the photographic template process of lofting in aircraft production (described fully in the August 1941 issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY) is announced by the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. Increased speed and economy now result from use of the new Matte Transfer Film, which consists of emulsion coated on a thin film support, the latter backed with a paper base.
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Keeps Camera Ready to Use
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AGREAT many cameras require some sort of “opening up” to prepare them for actual use. And while it takes only a few seconds to open a folding camera or pull out the lens-mount on a miniature, those few seconds can prove long enough to lose a picture for you if you happen onto an unexpected subject all of a sudden.
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Prevents Stain in Reducing
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MOST readers know that one way of securing sparkling highlights in a print is to immerse it briefly in a solution of Farmer's reducer after fixing and washing have been completed. The main objection to this method is that frequently a yellowish stain is left on the print.
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New Patent Makes Possible Rapid-Fire Flash Pictures
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PERMITTING the taking of flash pictures in rapid succession, a recently-patented device automatically feeds new bulbs into place as fast as they are flashed. The heat and gases generated by each bulb fired cause it to expand and to push aside a metal finger which actuates a spring mechanism.
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CARL ZEISS. Inc.: CONTAX III Super Ikonta BX
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Developing Single Films
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IF you use 2¼x3¼ or 3¼x4¼ sheet film, there are bound to be occasions when you want to develop just one or two films at a time. Chances are you won’t want to go to all the trouble of loading a tank or spreading out trays just for this purpose.
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MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORP.: FEDERAL PHOTO ENLARGER
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Newspaper Award Winners Reproduced in Salon Section
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SEVERAL prize-winning pictures from the 1941 Newspaper National Snapshop Awards competition are reproduced in the Salon Section of this issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY. Nearly 100 papers conducted contests this year and entered their local winners in the national contest.
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Keeping Clouds on File
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A FILE of cloud negatives is a mighty handy thing to have. You often run into fine picture settings that have everything—except clouds. If you have a good assortment of cloud negatives at hand, you can go ahead and make the picture, knowing that you can print in the clouds from another negative in your darkroom.
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Pop Photo Contest Winners Get Extra Fotoshop Awards
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BY purchasing materials or equipment at Fotoshop in New York City, twelve of the prize-winners in the 1941 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Picture Contest qualified for additional awards offered by Fotoshop. Those included are Roy Pinney, Glen Fishback, John Kimak, Matthew Loonan, Edward L. Gockeler, Harold W. Kulick, Harold J. Rose, William Dennin, George M. La Rue, Harry Menkin, Reber Henderson, and Leonard C. Sefing.
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Keeps Drain from Clogging
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John A. Zampino
IF you wash your prints in a sink or bathtub you may have had trouble keeping the drain from becoming clogged with prints. A simple remedy is to get the coffee container from a percolator and turn it upside down over the drain. It permits the water to flow out through the perforations, at the same time acting as a barrier for the prints.
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Print-Washing Aid
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J. H. Stewart
ONE OF the most useful and efficient print-washing devices I ever used is a bath shower unit which was put on the market in variety stores not long ago. It consists of a perforated rubber ring, a couple or three feet of rubber tubing, and a metal cup for attaching to the faucet.
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NEW BOOKS
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PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE AMERICAN SCENE, by Robert Taft. Published by the Macmillan Company. Cloth bound, 7x10, 546 pages, over 300 illustrations, $3.49. This splendid volume, originally published in 1938 and now being offered at a popular price, traces the development of photography in America.
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Dries Glass Plates Efficiently
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DRYING the glass plates of negative holders or printing frames is one of the petty annoyances of photography. If the glass is allowed to dry naturally there is the danger of water spots; if it is polished with a cloth it may become scratched or pick up sufficient lint or dust to mar an otherwise perfect enlargement.
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE
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BURLEIGH BROOKS INC.: FOTH DERBY II
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Contents and Markets
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, 540 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III., will pay $5 each for the ten best photographic Christmas cards sent in before January 5th, 1942 For last year’s winners, see page 36. CROCKER-UNION, 735 Harrison St., San Francisco, Calif., is in the market for exceptional color transparencies of the West.
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Exposure Window Repair
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Bernard A. Koller
IF the exposure-counting window in your roll-film camera drops out and gets lost (as mine once did), your natural reaction is to cover the opening with adhesive tape. This will keep the film from becoming light-struck, all right, but you won't know just how far to wind it.
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Measured Tank Solutions
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John B. Kelly
MOST amateurs keep their developing solutions in ordinary 2-quart jars or bottles and pour the fluids from them directly into the developing tank. My darkroom worktable was a constant mess because the only way to tell when the tank was full was when it overflowed onto the table.
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GENERAL ELECTRIC: PHOTOFLASH LAMPS
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