Issue: 19531001

Thursday, October 1, 1953
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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

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PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0001.xml
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2,3
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General Aniline & Film Corporation
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General Aniline & Film Corporation
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0003.xml
masthead
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masthead
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0005.xml
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6
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John G. Marshall Mfg. Co., Inc.
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John G. Marshall Mfg. Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0006.xml
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7
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Advertisements
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Polaroid Corporation
Polaroid Pathfinder Model 110
Polaroid Corporation
Polaroid Model 95
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0007.xml
article
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filtered facts
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Ed N. Lite
If it's sedition to criticize the populor photographic magazines for not teaching enough, then I'm guilty. They've got the tools to work with! Take the July 1953 issue of Photography, pages 52 and 53. Expensive plates . . ..wonderful color reproductions and a few words from the editor.
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letters to the editor
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letters to the editor
Available-Light Dissenter
Red Filter, Red Face
Reaching or Beating?
Dept. of Thanks & Encouragement
Words About Pictures
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I have just read the comments on Bruce Downes’ column about existing light, in the August issue. It seems to me that the answer is really very simple. In either existing-light or artificiallight photography, an element is introduced into the picture that did not exist in the original scene.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0009.xml
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HERSHEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY: SUN-LITE II “Pocket-Pak”
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HERSHEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
SUN-LITE II “Pocket-Pak”
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0010.xml
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THREE DIMENSION CO.
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THREE DIMENSION CO.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0011.xml
article
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10,122
was my face red!
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was my face red!
Forever Hold Your Peace
Underwater Photography
Flash without Bulbs
An Expensive Lesson
Red-Handed
Enamel Finish
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The wedding was one of the stellar events in the social calendar and took place in a twenty-room "shack" set in a ten-acre wooded estate. The guests stood about in formal little circles, and occasionally sipped deli cately from champagne glasses.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0012.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0013.xml
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12,13
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Dowling's
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Dowling's
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0014.xml
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0015.xml
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CARL ZEISS, INC.: ZEISS LENSES
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
ZEISS LENSES
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0016.xml
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16,17
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WORLD'S LARGEST CAMERA STORE: HASSELBLAD
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WORLD'S LARGEST CAMERA STORE
HASSELBLAD
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The Kalart Co., Inc.
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The Kalart Co., Inc.
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RADIANT Mfg. Co.
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RADIANT Mfg. Co.
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Graflex Inc.
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Graflex Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0020.xml
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Sylvania Electric Products Inc.
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Sylvania Electric Products Inc.
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PENN CAMERA
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PENN CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0022.xml
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Elgeet OPTICAL COMPANY, Inc.
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Elgeet OPTICAL COMPANY, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0023.xml
article
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tools and techniques
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tools and techniques
A round-up of recent developments and significant trends
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Norman C. Lipton
The amidol developer formulated by the U. S. Army Signal Corps Photographic Engineering Laboratory (Ft. Monmouth, N. J.) for rapid stabilization processing (instead of “permanent” fixing and washing) of films and papers makes use of sodium carboxymethylcellulose to prolong the useful life of the readily oxidized developing agent.
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
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ELECTRIC & MANUFACTURING CO., INC.
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ELECTRIC & MANUFACTURING CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0026.xml
article
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DU PONT PHOTOGRAPHIC NEWS
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How to Photograph Cats and Dogs
TEST YOUR SAFELIGHT
Try Noises for Attention
Make Prints on Glossy Paper
NEW PLASTIC FILTERS FOR “VARIGAM”
HOW FILM IS COATED
GIVE YOUR PICTURES A DIFFERENT FINISH
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Walter Chandoha
Safelights are safe enough only when used as recommended—with the right bulb and at proper distance. You can easily test yours. Expose a print in the normal way on a contact printer or an enlarger. Place it near your safelight for a few minutes with a coin over part of a flesh-tone area.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0027.xml
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NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY
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NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0029.xml
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E. LEITZ, INC.: LEICA
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E. LEITZ, INC.
LEICA
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0030.xml
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
BFi NO. 20
BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
BFi No. 30
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0032.xml
article
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canadid shots
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canadid shots
It’s an Indoor Lighting Issue
Extra! Two Free Books!
Dear Camera Readers . . .
First 3-D in a Daily Paper
Contest Issue Coming!
Credit-Line Correction
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Editors
You’re looking at an entirely new idea in camera magazines—an issue devoted to a single subject, and treating it generously. The subject fits this season perfectly, too. It’s autumn now, and everybody with a camera is beginning to think of ways he can use it indoors.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0033.xml
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Argus Cameras, Inc.
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Argus Cameras, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0034.xml
article
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SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Lighting indoors
HERE ARE 40 PAGES OF IDEAS AND METHODS TO HELP YOU MAKE BETTER PICTURES WITH FLASH, FLOOD, ELECTRONIC FLASH, AND AVAILABLE LIGHT
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TODAY EVERY CAMERA is an indoor camera, useful at any time of day or night and in any location regardless of the existing light. Photography’s emancipation from sunlight is made possible by flashbulbs, reliable flash synchronizers, photofloods, spotlights, speedlight units, fast films, high-speed lenses, and powerful developers.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0035.xml
article
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SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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The facts of light
direction
quality
contrast
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Study the four pictures at right. The location of camera and subject remains the same, but the single light source is moved to show four basic directions of light. Notice the effect of each on model Peggy Carr and the statuette. Almost all lighting schemes, no matter how complex, are based on one of these four main-light positions.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0036.xml
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SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Which light source for you?
THERE'S A TIME AND PLACE FOR EACH. THIS OUTLINE OF ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES WILL HELP YOU MAKE A SENSIBLE CHOICE BETWEEN FOUR IMPORTANT TYPES
FLASH
ELECTRONIC FLASH
FLOODS AND SPOTS
AVAILABLE LIGHT
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Flashbulbs throw a bright light which permits you to combine a fast shutter (for action-stopping ability) with a small aperture (for comfortable depth of field). Therefore, flash usually is the logical choice if you want to shoot action. Portability is another key advantage of flash over floodlights, which are limited to use at the end of an extension cord.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0037.xml
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41,42,43,123,124,125,126,127,128,129
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Flash
Have you ever been stumped by the problem of what flashbulb to choose and how to use it? Then this article, which makes duck soup of a tricky subject, was made to order for you
What Flashbulb?
What Shutter?
What About Film?
What About Stereo?
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RUS ARNOLD
FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY is much simpler than you might suspect. Look at it this way. The chances are your picture-taking interests are concentrated on two or three different general subjects: children, or sports, or fun at parties, or animals.
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42,43,44,45,46,47,48
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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WHAT FLASHBULB FOR YOU?
Here’s how to use this chart
THIS CHART WILL HELP YOU FIND IT
SINGLE FLASH ON CAMERA
SINGLE FLASH OFF CAMERA
OPEN FLASH
BOUNCE FLASH
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Flashbulbs are grouped into four classes: F, Fast; M, Medium; S, Slow (depending on amount of time their light output takes to reach peak after lamp is fired); and FP, Focal Plane, which have a long plateau of light so they will cover the full travel of a curtain shutter.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0039.xml
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SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Electronic flash
The flashtube can be fired again and again, emitting a fast, cool blast of light that can stop violent action and steady the hand that holds the camera
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ELECTRONIC flash, also known as speedlight, high-speed flash, repeating flash, and "strobe"(*) does almost everything for the photographer that ordinary expendable flash can do . . . and a number of other things besides. The light produced is extremely intense and the flash duration is very brief—rarely slower than 1/500 second and often as fast as 1/30,000. Hence, electronic flash is particularly useful for stopping action.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0040.xml
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52,53,54,55,110,112
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Lighting contrast
How to control shadows and backgrounds in color photography
How color film exaggerates highlight-shadow contrast
How background, subject colors vary with exposure changes
Chart helps you light backgrounds in color photography
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HOWARD C. COLTON
ONE OF THE MOST rewarding aspects of color photography is the fact that it’s so easy to turn out brilliant eye-filling color transparencies by following a few simple rules. After the novelty of color for color’s sake has begun to wear off, however, the conscientious photographer begins to realize that the results, though exciting, don’t always represent what his eye originally saw.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0041.xml
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PICTURE FEATURES
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Autumn pictures
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our readers
WHAT COLOR is autumn? Reddish-brown . . . golden-orange? Yes, and all the rest of the spectrum too: blue in the crisp October sky, green in groves of pine and hemlock, purple in the grackle's wing and the ripening buckeye. It’s a season for color film in every camera — especially yours.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0042.xml
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58,59,60,61,62,63
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Flood
Inexpensive reflector lamps and a few simple accessories can help you get good indoor pictures with any camera
ONE LAMP AT CAMERA
ONE LAMP AT SIDE
ONE LAMP BOUNCED FROM CEILING
TWO LAMPS AT SIDES
TWO LAMPS: MAIN LIGHT AND BACKLIGHT
SIMULATED NATURAL
LIGHT WITH FILL-IN
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RAE RUSSEL
IN ANY KIND of photography, one of the first questions the amateur asks is, “How much will it cost to make good pictures that way?”—and he’s entitled to a straight answer. When it comes to shooting indoors by floodlamps, the answer is not only straight, but mighty encouraging too.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0043.xml
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64,65,88,92,94,98,100
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT Available light?
HERE ARE NINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS TO HELP YOU TOWARD SUCCESS WITH THIS SPECIAL TECHNIQUE
UNDEREXPOSURE IS BETTER THAN OVEREXPOSURE
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BOB SCHWALBERG
WHY make available-light pictures? Flash-on-the-camera is certainly surer and simpler. And there are floods and spots and speedlights to turn any dimness to daylight. Why worry about wide-aperture lenses which cost so much and give so little depth of field? Why suffer as you struggle to hold the camera steady during long exposures?
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0044.xml
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66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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Indoor pictures
Here’s how nine expert photographers applied the lighting methods explained in this issue
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W. Eugene Smith
Sharland
Rus Arnold
William M. Gallagher
Yousuf Karsh
Al Francekevich
Carroll Seghers II
Bradley Smith
Dan Weiner
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0045.xml
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HOW IT'S DONE
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TABLETOP HOLOCAUST
Designer Ted Tinker creates disaster in miniature to show how feeling of reality can he caught with models
Calibrating a Tripod
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MILDRED STAGG
THE quiet of a Mediterranean night in the early 1800’s is exploded into a dozen fires that eat their way through an Italian village, breathe thick blackgrey smoke and cover the harbor and hills with a red glow. Cannons on the ship in the harbor did their job well.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0046.xml
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SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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YOUR LIGHTING EQUIPMENT GUIDE
FOR FLOOD
FOR FLASH
FOR ELECTRONIC FLASH
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Now that you have digested the foregoing sections on lighting, your next interest probably is in choice of equipment. Such choice depends on the type of pictures you want to make—whether you expect to take simple snapshots around home, formal portraits, the news type of picture wherein portability of equipment is all-important, the industrial type that oftentimes covers huge areas and demands great depth, or the extremely fast motion that can be recorded only with the action-freezing ability of electronic flash.
PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0047.xml
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19531001_0003_004_0048.xml
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SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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how to calculate exposure with GUIDE NUMBERS
Guide numbers offer a quick, easy way to find exposure for floods, spots, flash, and electronic flash. Here's all you need to do:
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Use your camera rangefinder, measure the distance, or make an estimate. Remember, use the lamp-to-subject distance, regardless of the camera distance. Of course, for on camera flash shots the two will be identical. 2. Locate the guide number for the film and shutter speed you are using.
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photo tips
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photo tips
short cuts to better pictures
Versatile Cases
Efficient Focusing Magnifier
Reel for Extension Cord
Unique Cleanser
Double-Duty Lens Shade
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Metal ammunition cases, which can be bought at Army surplus stores, are useful for several photographic purposes. Add a felt lining and you have an excellent case for a small camera and accessories; use one to carry film holders, or for film storage, as shown here.
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G-M LABORATORIES INC.: SKAN Quick Meter
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G-M LABORATORIES INC.
SKAN Quick Meter
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LOS ANGELES MOLDED PRODUCTS CO.: LAMPCO
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LOS ANGELES MOLDED PRODUCTS CO.
LAMPCO
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CHINACOLOR LABORATORIES
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CHINACOLOR LABORATORIES
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Calendar of photographic exhibitions
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Calendar of photographic exhibitions
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15th International Exhibit of Photography*, Fine Arts Camera Club, Evansville, Indiana. Closes Sept. 20, 1953. Entry fee $2, four prints allowed. On exhibit at Museum of Fine Arts, Oct. 4 to 25, 1953. For information and entry blanks, write Mr. Orval R. Gilbert, 828 Taylor Avenue. Evansville, Indiana.
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP.
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DELTA PHOTO SUPPLY
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DELTA PHOTO SUPPLY
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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MOVIE-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB
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MOVIE-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB
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JACK A. FROST
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JACK A. FROST
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Paillard Products, Inc.
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM CO.
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM CO.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.: RANGE-FINDER ENLARGER
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.
RANGE-FINDER ENLARGER
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Victory Plastic Co.
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORPORATION
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DeJUR AMSCO CORPORATION: EXPOSURE METER
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EXPOSURE METER
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MICO PHOTO PRODUCTS
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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The General Camera CO.
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The General Camera CO.
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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102,104
color clinic
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color clinic
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David B. Eisendrath
How do professionals use Polaroid cameras to check their color exposures? Many professionals use Polaroid Land cameras, or have a Polaroid adapter back which they can use on their view or press cameras. (Burke and James, and Graflex both sell such items.) However, they are used mostly to study composition and lighting.
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY: EXAKTA VX
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
EXAKTA VX
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Tiffen MARKETING CO.
ROUND LENS SHADES
Tiffen MARKETING CO.
STEREO SAFE for REVERE "33"
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JAMES H. SMITH & SONS CORP.
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Bell & Howell
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106,107,166,167
amateur movie section
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ADD THAT 'EXTRA’ TOUCH
Unusual lighting, camera angles, symbolic shots, framing—all will add to the success your films
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GEORGE CARLSON
CLOSE observance and study of professional films will show you how you can get that extra added touch in your movies. It is not trick filming in any sense but merely filming methods used to add interest and variety—to emphasize and characterize scenes—done with a purpose.
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
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108,167
SPECIAL LIGHTING ISSUE
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TIME EXPOSURES BV AVAILABLE LIGHT
Here’s how to take pictures with a simple camera arid ordinary room illumination
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WOULD YOU LIKE to make available-light pictures with a box or other simple camera? Candid snapshooting in dim illumination calls for a moderately fast lens and processing in highenergy developers (see What Do You Know About Available Light?, starting on page 64).
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Paillard Products, Inc.
Bolex
Paillard Products, Inc.
Pan Cinor
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INDUSTRIES, INC.
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INDUSTRIES, INC.
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SIMMON BROS., INC.: omega D-2
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SIMMON BROS., INC.
omega D-2
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ATLAS photo sales co.
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BERNDT-BACH, INC.
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HOW IT'S DONE
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Negative Reduction-I
For dense negatives that lack contrast, try this easy-to-use ‘cutting reducer’
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FOR GOOD PRINTING quality, a negative must have proper density. This means that the shadow areas must not be completely transparent, or the highlights completely opaque. You can check for optimum density by holding a negative up to bright, even illumination (not a point-source).
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American Photographic Publishing Co., Inc.
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American Photographic Publishing Co., Inc.
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ERCONA CAMERA CORP.
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ERCONA CAMERA CORP.
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ARCADIA MANUFACTURING CO.
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ARCADIA MANUFACTURING CO.
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY: DARKROOM TIMER
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY
DARKROOM TIMER
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article
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contests and markets
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contests and markets
CONTESTS
MARKETS
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ANSCO announces a color snapshot contest opening June 15 and ending September 30 with a total of 101 prizes amounting to $12,000. An unlimited number of photographs may be entered in each of two classes, scenic and human interest, with 50 prizes being awarded to the best in each category.
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BROOKS Cameras
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BROOKS Cameras
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QUICK-SET, INC.
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CAMERA UTILITIES, INC.
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CAMERA UTILITIES, INC.
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RAY-O-VAC COMPANY
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RAY-O-VAC COMPANY
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KONICA CAMERA CO.
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KONICA CAMERA CO.
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article
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photo tips
short cuts to better pictures
Quick Cleansing Method
Tripod Substitute
For Parallax Correction
Dust Cap for Lens Shade
Elusive Medicine-Droppers
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A bottle that has contained developer will have collected on its inner wall a deposit of finely-divided silver which is difficult to remove by usual methods of cleaning. The bottle can be cleaned quickly, however, by half filling it with warm water, inserting a small piece of cheesecloth, and shaking gently.
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Heiland
Synchro-Mite
Heiland
Strobonar IV
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
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DIRECTOR PRODUCTS CORP.
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DIRECTOR PRODUCTS CORP.
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MOONEY-ROWAN PUBLICATIONS, INC.
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MOONEY-ROWAN PUBLICATIONS, INC.
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Wollensak OPTICAL COMPANY
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Wollensak OPTICAL COMPANY
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Viewlex INC.
Model V-5
Viewlex INC.
Model V-53
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Director Products Corp.
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Director Products Corp.
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article
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130,131
camera clubs
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camera clubs
Try This Next Summer
Civil War Photos Available
Exchange Shows Ready
Novel Scavenger Hunt
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Whit Hillyer
Chief City Camera Club, Pontiac, Ill., this year sponsored a snapshot contest among local school children. At summers end the youngsters turned in the best pictures they took during the vacation season. The club will judge and show these at an October open house, Three groups were established according to school grades: one for third, fourth, and fifth graders; one for sixth, seventh, and eighth; and one for high school students.
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Society For Visual Education, Inc.: SLIDE PROJECTOR
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Society For Visual Education, Inc.
SLIDE PROJECTOR
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BRIGHT STAR: PHOTOFLASH BATTERIES
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BRIGHT STAR
PHOTOFLASH BATTERIES
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AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
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AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
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LOTT MFG. Co.
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LOTT MFG. Co.
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PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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THE FR CORPORATION
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THE FR CORPORATION
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ENTECO
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ENTECO
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article
134
134,135,136
stereo today
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stereo today
3-D on the Printed Page
Tips on Stereo Viewing
Stereo in the Theater Lobby
Shooting Stereo from the Air
Lighthouse Exhibition Scheduled
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Robert L. McIntyre
Regular readers of PHOTOGRAPHY no doubt will be familiar with its system of presenting stereo pairs for three-dimensional viewing with a mirror. The system is not new. Arthur W. Judge, the English stereo authority, reports it probably was devised by Sir David Brewster well over a hundred years ago.
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GRAYSON PUBLISHING CORP.
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GRAYSON PUBLISHING CORP.
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article
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137,138,139,140,141,142,143,144,145,146,147,148
PHOTOGRAPHY DIVIDEND
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HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH WOMEN
GOWLAND'S PICTURE TIPS ON POSING
PICTURE TIPS ON DRESSING THE MODEL
YOU AND THE MODEL
DRESS AND UNDRESS
BACKGROUNDS AND CAMERA ANGLES
POSING AND COMPOSING
ACTION ADDS IMPACT!
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PETER GOWLAND
This book, the latest in the famous Little Technical Library series, has been digested by permission of Crown Publishers, Inc. The original volume, of which this is a small part, contains more than 200 photographs, and sells for $1 a copy.
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149,150,151,152,153,154,155,IS6,157,158,159,160,161,162,163,164
PHOTOGRAPHY DIVIDEND
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How to Make Money with Your Camera
1. WHAT SELLS
2. WHO BUYS
3. THE PICTURE STORY
4. NEWS
5. CANDID PHOTOGRAPHY
6. SMALL FRY
7. ANIMALS
8. TRAVEL
9. PIN MONEY
10. MARKETING
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HARRISON FORMAN
THE magazine Look recently gave me $100 for four snapshots of a baby banging away on the piano keys. I used no trained model, no fancy lighting, no special cameras. They were just a proud papa’s pictures of his own baby snapped in eye-catching action. You’ve probably got dozens in your family albums just as good.
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PHOTOGRAPHY’S Traveling Salons
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PHOTOGRAPHY’S Traveling Salons
September 5-19
October 3-17
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These Salons comprise a selection of the prize-winning prints from PHOTOGRAPHY’S past international picture contests. They are available to clubs, schools, stores and other organizations open to the general public. Simply write: Salon Director, PHOTOGRAPHY, 366 Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y.
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J. B. PERRIN & CO., Inc.
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J. B. PERRIN & CO., Inc.
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Camera Craft Pub. Co.
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Camera Craft Pub. Co.
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PANORAM FILM LABS
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PANORAM FILM LABS
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BLOOM'S PHOTO SUPPLY, INC.
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BLOOM'S PHOTO SUPPLY, INC.
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BASS INC.
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BASS INC.
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review
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what’s new — Trade Notes and News
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what’s new — Trade Notes and News
CAMERAS
PROJECTORS
LENSES
FLASH
FILTERS
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
EXPOSURE
MISCELLANEOUS
Kling Photo Corp.
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Kling Photo Corp.
BALDINETTE
$39.95
BALDINETTE I, a 33-mm folding camera, is being distributed in this country by Kling Photo Corp., 233 Fourth Ave., New York 3, N. Y. The new camera takes Up to 36 exposures, has flash synchronized Pronto shutter with five speeds up to 1/200 sec, selftimer, double exposure prevention exposure counter, optical eyelevel finder, and ac cessory shoe for rangefinder or flash gun. Price, with 50mm Baldanar f/3.5 coated lens, $39.95; with Schneider Radio nar f/3.5 and Prontor-SV shutter, $49.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
BEATTIE PORTRONIC
$375
BEATTIE PORTRONIC camera, Model JR, is announced by the manufacturer, Photographic Products Inc., 6916 Romaine St., Hollywood 38, Calif. It. takes either 35mm or 70-mm film in 100 ft. lengths in a magazine, gives 325 pictures, 2½ × 3 ⅜ -inches on 70-mm roll (perforated or unperforated), 650 pictures on 35-mm, 1¼ × 111/16 -inch. The behind-thelens shutter is electrically operated and has speed of about 1/50 sec. A 90-mm Raptar f/4.5 lens is calibrated on a helical mount. Groundglass can he inserted in place of film magazine for focusing. Camera weighs 7 lbs., measures 10×8×5" and operates on 115 volts a-c. Price, with lens, $375.
Kling Photo Corp.
DeJUR REFLEX camera
$129.50
DeJUR REFLEX camera, Model DR20, is being manufactured by DeJurAmsco Corp., 45-01 Northern Boulevard, Long Island City, Newyork. The camera is similar in design to the DeJur Twin Lens Reflex and has an 85-mm Wollensak Anastigmat f/3.5 lens in a Rapax shutter, nine speeds to 1/400 sec, T & B, and flash synchronization. It has “swingout” film holder, magnifier, field lens, side tripod socket, film identifier and winding knob that locks into film spool. Price, $129.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
CORONET 3-D CAMERA
$14.95
CORONET 3-D CAMERA, taking 127 roll film, is being distributed by the General Photographic Supply Co., 136-140 Charles St., Boston 14, Mass. The camera it has waist-level and eyelevel viewfinders, two matched f/11 lenses, and is sold with a viewer. Price, for camera and viewer, $14.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
BOLSEY B-2
$79.50
BOLSEY B-2 35-mm camera, leather case and flashgun are being sold as a "Threesome" by the Bolsey Corporation of America, 118-120 East 25th St., New York 10, N. Y. Price, $79.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
CARRYING CASE
$33.50
CARRYING CASE specially designed for the Pathfinder Polaroid Land Camera is announced by the Polaroid Corp., Cambridge 39, Mass. The case is fitted especially for Pathfinder camera accessories. Price, $33.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
NOVOFLEX EXTENSION
$44.50
NOVOFLEX EXTENSION bellows are available for Pentacon cameras according to the distributor, Camera Specialty Co., 50 West 29th St., New York 1, N. Y. The unit extends the focusing range of the Pentacon from infinity to 2½-inches. Price, for Model 3X Standard, $44.50; Model 4N Delux, $75. Booklet describing units available by writing the distributor.
Kling Photo Corp.
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REPAIRS for all Franklin motion picture cameras, 8-mm and 16-mm, are now being provided by the International Camera Corp., 844 West Adams St., Chicago 7, 111. The company has purchased the complete inventory of Franklin parts for all replacements.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$1.50
DEPTH OF FIELD plates for 127-mm and 135-mm lenses are available in limited quantity from the Graflex Service Department, 154 Clarissa St., Rochester 8, N. Y. Price, for either, $1.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$10
ILLUMINATION INTENSITY control device is being manufactured by the Three Dimension Co., 3512 N. Kostner Ave., Chi Cago 41, illinois. The TDC Lumitrol is an attachment that fits over the front of projector lences that have barrels from 1¾ to 2⅜-inches outer diameter. Primary function is to reduce illumination on slides which, be cause of over expo sure in taking or other reasons, are subject to loss of detail under full projector illumination. It can he used for fade-outs between slides. Price $10.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$12.50
ILOCA STEREO MOUNTING Jig is being distributed in this country by Ercona Camera Corp., 527 Fifth Ave., New York 17, N. Y. The unit enables optical alignment of transparencies so later adjustments on projector or viewer will not be necessary. Price, $12.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
TELEPHOTO LENS
$30
TELEPHOTO LENS for all 8-mm movie cameras is announced by the Camera Specialty Co., 50 West 29th St., New. York 1, N. Y. It is the 1⅛-inch Berthiot f/1.9. The lens has a focusing range from 2 ft. to infinity, and diaphram stops from f/1.9 to f/16. Price, $30.
Kling Photo Corp.
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NEW NAME for Serenar lenses will he "Canon" according to the importers of the lenses, Balfour, Guthrie & Co., Ltd., 67 Wall St., New York 5, N.Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
CLOSE-UP KIT
$14.95
CLOSE-UP KIT for Pathfinder Polaroid Land Camera is announced by the Polaroid Corp., Cambridge 39, Mass. It contains three lenses which, when used separately or together, enable the camera to get close-ups from five to thirty-six inches away from subjects. Kit has built-in steel tape for measuring distances. Price, $14.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
ELECTRIC FLASH
$59.95
NEW ELECTRIC FLASH unit, the Ultrablitz Amateur III, is being distributed in this country by the Interstate Photo Supply Corp., 28 West 22nd St., New York10, X. Y. The unit uses three regular flashlight D batteries for power enough for 150 flashes, according to the distributor. The flash tube is said to be good for 25,000 flashes, and the guide number for outdoor color film is 25 or 30. Price, $59.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
FLASHGUN
$19.75
FLASHGUN for the Pathfinder Polaroid Land Camera has been announced by the Polaroid Corp., Cambridge 39, Mass. The unit features snap-in filters to insure correct balance for synchro-sunlight shooting. For indoor the yellow filter cuts down smoke haze. Price, for flashgun and filters, $19.75.
Kling Photo Corp.
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CLOSE-UP FRAMING and focusing device for dental and medical pictures In color has been designed to go with the Speedlight Center's Model II Close-up Light. It has tuckaway legs for embracing any given picture field. The unit is manufactured by Speedlight Cen ter, 128 West 32nd St., New York, N. Y. Price, size No. 2, for pictures 14 inches from lens to subject, and No. 6 for pictures 6 inches from lens to subject, $14.95 each.
Kling Photo Corp.
PHOTOFLASH BATTERIES
15c
PHOTOFLASH BATTERIES that are claimed by the manufacturer to stay fresh indefinitely are being produced by the RayO-Vac Co., 212 W. Washington Ave., Madison, Wis., under the name, Ray-O-Vac Leak Proof. The batteries, which come in "C" and "D" sizes are sealed in steel to protect against leakage or power loss. They are guaranteed not to damage flash gun casings through corrosion, leakage, or swelling. Price, 15c each. The company is also manufacturing the Ray-O-Vac Leak Proof Brand #215, a 22½-volt battery for BC units.
Kling Photo Corp.
ADAPTER RINGS
$26
ADAPTER RINGS and filters for AstroBerlin lenses are being manufactured by Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Rings are designed to screw into lens mounts, and accept the lens hood with which the lens is already equipped. Prices, adapter rings, $9 to $12 ; filters, $6.50 to $26.
Kling Photo Corp.
BALDA FILTER
$5.75
BALDA FILTER holder and lens shade sets are announced by the Kling Photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York 3, N. Y. Balda No. 1 Kit, priced at $5.75, is made to fit the Baldinette I and II 35-mm cameras; Kit No. 2, with screw-in lens shade, priced at $5.95, is made for 35-mm Super Baldinette rangefinder cameras with f/2 Schneider Xenon or f/2.8 Schneider Xenar lenses; Kit No. 3 fits all lenses of the Baldix 2¼x2¼, Balda 120, and Baldalux 120 cameras.
Kling Photo Corp.
PATHFINDER
$10.95
PATHFINDER Polaroid Land Camera filters and lens shade are announced by Polaroid Corp., Cambridge 39, Mass. Complete as a kit containing yellow filter, polarizing filter and shade, the combination is priced at $10.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
ONE LEG UNIPED
$6.95
ONE LEG UNIPED camera support is being manufactured by the Testrite Instrument Co.. 57 East 11th St., New York 3, N. Y. Made of lightweight aluminum, the unit weighs 13 ounces. It extends from 23½ to 61-inches and accommodates all standard movie and still cameras. It has three sections tightened by aluminum clutches. Price, with braided hand strap, $6.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE
$99.50
AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE timer, the PhotoMatic Timer, is being distributed by the Robertson Sales Co., 7300 W. Burleigh St., Milwaukee, Wis. The unit automatically computes enlarger exposure time for negatives of similar and dissimilar densities. It scans the projected image during exposure, and turns the enlarger off when the proper time is reached. It is designed to be used with any standard enlarger, and operates on 115-120 volt a-c. Price, $99.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
FR ENLARGER
$24.95
FR ENLARGER, a small compact unit, is being manufactured by the FR Corp., 951 Brook Ave., New York 56, N. Y. It is constructed of plastic, and is 28-inches high. Maximum enlargement on baseboard is approximately 6 diameters. The lens is an f/11 symmetrical doublet. I Unit operates with a 50-watt projection lamp. Swivel base facilities making outsize enlargements on floor. Price, $24.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
FEDERAL ENLARGER
$24.95
FEDERAL ENLARGER, the StoreAway Model 240, is being manufactured by the Federal Mfg. & Engineering Corp., 199-217 Steuben St., Brooklyn 5, N. Y. It has a 3½-inch Bifax f/7.9 lens, diaphragm with five clock-stop openings, built-in red filter and uses 75watt clear lamp. Magnification possible is from 1½ to 7 times. Unit comes with 2¼x3¼ negative carrier, metal book-type-with-glass pressure plates. Price, $24.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
GEVATONE
$3
GEVATONE, a new warm-tone projection paper, is announced by the Gevaert Co. of America, Inc., 423 West 55th St., New York 19, N. Y. It is furnished in three surfaces, K 36 silk, K 44 semi-matte, and K 48 Pelligran matte. It comes in sizes ranging from 3x4 to 20x24-inches. Price, for 25 sheets 8x10, $3.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$19.95
BERTRAM EXPOSure meter, the Chrolon, is being distributed by Willoughbys, 110 W. 32nd St., New York 1, N. Y. The meter can be used with both movie and still cameras. It is calibrated in standard ASA index numbers. Meter is shockproof. Price, $19.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
PLASTI-TAK
$1
PLASTI-TAK, a re-useable adhesive material that may be applied to photography in several ways, is being manufactured by Brooks Manufacturing Co., 1514 Aster Place, Cincinnati 24, Ohio. It can be used in making borderless prints, tacking prints on walls, and making sets. Price, $1.
Kling Photo Corp.
MOODY SWILVTOP
35c
MOODY SWILVTOP screw driver, SW-12, for precision camera work is being distributed by the Uricheck Photo Co., 951 Burton St., Freeland, Pa. Price, 35c.
Kling Photo Corp.
COLOR PHOTOSTATS
$22.50
COLOR PHOTOSTATS are being made by Ralph Marks Color Laboratories, 344 East 49th St.. New York 17, N.Y. Prices, up to 8xl0, $10; 11x14, $15; 16x20, $22.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
GRAND CENTRAL Camera
GRAND CENTRAL Camera Exchange, 1 East 43rd St., New York 17, N. Y., has set up a special department for internal synchronization of cameras with focal plane shutters. The department will build in X and zero delay synchronization for cameras without them.
Kling Photo Corp.
CHANGING BAGS
$3.95
CHANGING BAGS from Japan are being handled by Spiratone, Inc., 49 West 27th St., New York 1, N. Y. Two models, one with 16x17-inch working space and the other with 27x30 inch working space, have double zippered inner and outer bags. Price, for smaller model, $3.95; larger model. $6.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
QUICK COPIER office machine
$240
QUICK COPIER office machine, the Verifax Printer for rapid production of multiple copies of letter-sized papers has been announced by the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N.Y. It gives three copies in 60 seconds. Price, $240.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$30.90
FILING SYSTEM for large quantities of 2x2 and stereo slides has been devised through the use of a 2-drawer cabinet being manufactured by the Jack C. Coffey Co., Wilmette, 111. The unit will take 900 paper-mounted stereo slides. Price, $30.90.
Kling Photo Corp.
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TRIPOD CARRYING attachment for camera case has been introduced by the J. B. Perrin Co., 8510 Warner Drive, Culver City, Calif. The kit consists of two leather straps with swivel snap hooks that secure tripod to the bottom of the Perrin Pro bag. Price of the attachment, $1.95.—
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