Issue: 19540101

Friday, January 1, 1954
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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Articles
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1
1,4
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0001.xml
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2
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Advertisements
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ANSCO
THE ANSCO 35mm REGENT
ANSCO
THE ANSCO SPEEDEX "R"
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0002.xml
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3
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Polaroid Corporation
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Polaroid Corporation
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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4
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0004.xml
masthead
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4
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0005.xml
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5
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Advertisements
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Sterling-Howard
RAISE THE SPEED, AND LOWER THE PRICE
Sterling-Howard
ANOTHER RARE SPECIAL SEEN ON 4x5 BUSCH PRESSMAN
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0006.xml
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6
6
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Three Dimension Company
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Three Dimension Company
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0007.xml
article
6
6,7
letters to the editor
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letters to the editor
Retorts on the Square Format
On Cropping Color Slides
What Price Available Light?
Our Story Helped Him
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Regarding the letter from Francis M. Kadow (November) suggesting the 36mm square frame: it’s a good idea but present lenses would not cover. The diagonal of the 36-mm frame would be about 52 mm, and with lenses presently available designed to cover only about a 42-mm diagonal, the corners would be black at large lens openings, if not at all diaphragm stops.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0008.xml
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7
7
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THREE DIMENSION COMPANY
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THREE DIMENSION COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0009.xml
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8
8
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Ritz Camera Centers
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Ritz Camera Centers
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0010.xml
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9
9,10,11,12,13
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0011.xml
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14
14
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Advertisement: BROOKS Cameras
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BROOKS Cameras
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0012.xml
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15
15,16,17
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Advertisements
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WORLD'S LARGEST CAMERA STORE
CHROSTAR
WORLD'S LARGEST CAMERA STORE
PROXIMETER
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0013.xml
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18
18
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0014.xml
article
18
18,20,102
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
Logarithmic Exposure Index. A significant feature of The American Standard Method for Determining Photographic Speed and Exposure Index, Z.38.2.1-1947, which is now in the process of review, is the inclusion of an equivalence table between American Standard Arithmetic Exposure Index which is used in this country and Logarithmic Exposure Index employed by many foreign exposure meters and computers.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0015.xml
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19
19
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SPIRATONE INC.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0016.xml
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20
20
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AMPLEX CORP.
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AMPLEX CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0017.xml
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21
21
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Westinghouse Lamp Division
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Westinghouse Lamp Division
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0018.xml
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22
22
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Sylvania Electric Products Inc.
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Sylvania Electric Products Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0019.xml
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23
23
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The Kalart Company Inc.
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The Kalart Company Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0020.xml
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24
24
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY: THE EXAKTA SYSTEM
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
THE EXAKTA SYSTEM
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0021.xml
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25
25
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0022.xml
article
26
26,27,28
was my face red!
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was my face red!
Slide Snide
Salute to the Bride
Top Half—No Moore!
Offal Background
Dry Run
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While strolling through a park one day with my Graphic loaded with film pack, a trim young lady caught my eye. When I asked her to pose for me, she did so willingly. However, since I was only interested in getting to know the girl—not in taking pictures—I merely pretended to photograph her.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0023.xml
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26
26,27
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0024.xml
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28
28
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VIEWLEX INC.
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VIEWLEX INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0025.xml
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29
29
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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_19540101_0034_001_0026.xml
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30
30,31
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Advertisements
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PENN CAMERA
DIAXETTE
PENN CAMERA
S.V.E. MODEL A
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0027.xml
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32
32
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DELTA
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DELTA
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0028.xml
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33
33
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0029.xml
article
34
34,104
candid shots
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candid shots
How a Photographer Paints
Life Among the Fishes
Photographer’s Fairy Tale
Two Things You Ought to Know About
Flower Girl
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the editors
In our story about the photographs of Richard Pousette-Dart (pages 44-49) Edna Bennett mentions his painting only in passing, with the suggestion that it's a lot different from the photographs. Since his paintings have been shown widely and he is represented in the permanent collections of several U. S. museums, many readers may have seen it.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0030.xml
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35
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Graflex Inc.
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Graflex Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0031.xml
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36
36,37
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REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
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REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0032.xml
article
38
38,39,40,41
COLOR FEATURES
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FLOWER STUDIES
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Jeannette Klute's
THE poetically beautiful flower studies reproduced on the following pages are the work of Jeannette Klute. who has the distinction of being one of the world's few color photographers capable of carrying her creative vision from exposuie through the involved processing details to a finished color print.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0033.xml
article
42
42,43,136,137
GENERAL INTEREST
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PICTURES WHILE YOU FLY
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RAY ATKESON
TAKING PICTURES from the air—either black-and-white or color—can be very exciting . . . and the results can be very grafying. Too, you don't have to have an aerial camera to get good results—both the color shots reproduced on the opposite page, for instance, were made with a 35-mm camera.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0034.xml
article
44
44,45,46,47,48,49,112
GENERAL INTEREST
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POUSETTE-DART
PHOTOGRAPHY'S 1953 Picture Contest uncovers a modern painter with a gadgeteer's yen for cameras
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EDNA BENNETT
WHEN THE DISTINGUISHED judges of this year's PHOTOGRAPHY Picture Contest turned in their list of winners, the editors discovered that the third prize had been awarded to a famous modern painter with a penchant for cameras as well as palettes.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0035.xml
article
50
50,51,52,53
IN THE DARKROOM
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CONTACT PRINTS
Take a tip from busy pros and use your enlarger to make multiple prints in one quick, convenient operation
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN CONTACT PRINT AN SB IM IVI N LY E3CPOSI® SIT ©P NI6A1WES
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LLOYD WEST
IT’S GOOD PRACTICE to make contact pri of every picture you shoot—as a pennant record and an aid to choosing the negatives y want to enlarge. By far the quickest and easi method of making contact prints is to print a f roll at a time, using 8x10 enlarging paper, a sheet glass, and your enlarger or a bare light bulb as t light source.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0036.xml
article
54
54,55
PICTURE IDEAS
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ARMCHAIR PHOTOGRAPHY
Television puts the world in your living room, offers cameras new horizons
HELPFUL HINTS
WHAT NOT TO DO
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GEORGE GILBERT
THE fleeting pictures on your television screen—history in news, drama, your friends appearing on quiz shows—can be caught by your still camera. But before you settle back into your armchair with a cable release extending from your fingers to the camera, it would be wise to examine the mechanical aspects of TV that will govern the type of lens, shutter, and shutter speed you use.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0037.xml
article
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56,57,58,59,60,61,130,131,132,133,134,135
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
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HOW TO TEST YOUR LENS
Are you planning to buy a new lens or uncertain about an old one? BOB SCHWALBERG brings lens testing down to earth with a simple, non-technical way to answer six key questions about your lens and what it can do
TEST 1
Is the lens correctly adjusted to the camera
c~nd its focusing device?
TEST 2
How sharp is the lens at its widest two or three apertures?
TEST 3
Mow sharp are the comers ©f the negative eas compared with the center?
TEST 4
Mow does the light transmission of the Sens compare with that of other Senses at the same f-stop?
TEST 5
Does the lens flare?
TEST 6
Can it take pictures too?
Test 1
Test 2
Test 3
Test 4
Test 5
Test 6
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THE VERY BEST WAY to find out about a lens is to own it for a considerable length of time, say five years. By this rime even the least techn ically inclined photographer will have obtained a pretty fair idea of what the lens can and cannot do. Unfortunately, this ideal procedure is seldom practical.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0038.xml
article
62
62,63,64
COLOR FEATURES
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Travel pictures from our readers
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A CAMERA IS as much a part of a traveler’s luggage as his toothbrush. Half the pleasure of taking a trip is in remembering it later—and a photograph never forgets. Our readers did a lot of traveling last summer, and many of them were good enough to let us see the color slides they brought back.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0039.xml
article
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64,65,66,67,139,140
COLOR FEATURES
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an executive's hobby
How Crawford H. Greenewalt, president of du Pont, became one of the outstanding bird photographers in America
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NORMAN C. LIPTON
LAST YEAR, the Christmas issue of Gollier's magazine was graced by a superb layout of bird photographs and another two pages of black-and-white. Some were of birds nesting; the majority, birds in flight. Aside from the excellence of the camera work, the remarkable aspect of the layout was the identity of the photographer—Crawford H. Greenewalt, president of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, a leading figure in the nation's business community.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0040.xml
article
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68,69,138,139
PICTURE IDEAS
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FOR STRIKING PICTURES INCLUDE THE SUN
The sun has many faces and moods which can be used to add interest, drama, and ever mystery to your pictures if its brilliance is diffused fey haze, fog, or clouds
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JOSEPH FOLDES
KEEP THE SUN behind you” is usually one of the first rules a beginning photographer hears. If he is a diligent beginner, he will learn the rule' and if he matures into a photographer who searches for imaginative picture possibilities, he will learn to break that rule—by including the sun in his pictures.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0041.xml
article
70
70,71,72,73,141,142,143,144
IN THE DARKROOM
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How long will you pictures last?
Here's the last word on fixing and washing, with the low-down on rapid vs. standard fixers as well as hypo eliminators
WORDS WE USE
How to Wash
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THOMAS T. HILL
FIX: To destroy the light-sensitivity of a film or print during processing, and prepare for removal of excess chemicals during washing. FIXENG TIME: Length of time the film or print must be treated in the fixer, or fixing bath, for full fixing.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0042.xml
article
74
74,75
IN THE DARKROOM
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Try this for texture
If you like the pencil-on-rough-paper effect of grainy prints you'll bless Hal Reiff for this simple method of making them
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HERE’S a simple way to get grain texture in prints without resorting to chemical manipulations. It was hit upon by Hal Reiff, top-flight New York fashion photographer, who calls it "controlled grain." It is obtained through projection printing and produces the effects you see in the pictures reproduced on these two pages.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0043.xml
article
76
76,77
LIGHTING
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MINIATURE STUDIO FOR TABLETOPS
Household flash lights plus odds and ends can make a practical photographic lighting outfit
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RO CAPOTOSTO
A FLASHLIGHT is more than something to use when a fuse blows out. With a few minor touches, it can be a main-light for a tabletop setup, or used in photographing small objects. After some experimentation, I developed a lightweight, extremely versatile lighting system that employs ordinary one, two, and three-cell flashlights, some simply constructed stands and a few cents worth of rubber bands.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0044.xml
article
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78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85
PICTURE FEATURE
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LESSONS FROM PICTURES: A PORTFOLIO
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WHAT CAN YOU LEARN from pictures? The following portfolio in color and black-and-white has a twofold purpose: to stimulate and instruct. First, look at the photographs and enjoy them as pictures. Seeing life through the eyes of Cartier-Bresson or Gigli or any other sensitive and imaginative photographer is in itself one of the best ways to sharpen your own visual sense.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0045.xml
article
86
86,87,88,138
PICTURE IDEAS
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UNDERWATER CAMERA
Peter Gowland captures deep enchantment with his
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IS YOUR photographic taste becoming jaded? Do you have the idea that everything has been photographed and that therefore the serious amateur or professional has difficulty in finding something new to shoot? Well, it isn’t necessary to photograph.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0046.xml
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89
89,90,91,92
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: Each close-up lens
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Each close-up lens
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0047.xml
article
93
93
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
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NEW: High-Speed Press Films
A preliminary report on two new films unveiled at the recent Rochester Photo Conference
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N.C.L.
IN AN EFFORT to refute the claims of various publishers, photographers, and production executives at the recent Rochester Photo Conference that the photographic industry was not keeping up with the requirements of modern photojournalism, du Pont and Eastman each took the occasion of the conference to announce a new high-speed panchromatic sheet film.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0048.xml
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93
93
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DITTO CAMERA CORP.
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DITTO CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0049.xml
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94
94
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NATIONAL PHOTO LABS
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NATIONAL PHOTO LABS
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0050.xml
article
94
94,122
photo tips
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photo tips
short cuts to better pictures
Security for Cable Release
Loading Developing Tanks
Protect Negative Sleeves
Inexpensive Print Tongs
Checking Flash Contacts
Shock-Absorber for Equipment
Container for Accessories
Effective Lid-Liners
To keep Film Cool
Print-Trimming Aid
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With your camera open and ready for use, it is disconcerting to find at the last moment that the cable release has worked loose and dropped somewhere along the way. By looping one end of a rubber band around the cable, and securing the other end to a strut or other convenient part of the camera, you insure against the cable getting lost if it should become loose—held by the rubber hand, it will merely dangle from the camera.—Ken Murray, Colon, Michigan.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0051.xml
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95
95,96
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORP.: New FME
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORP.
New FME
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0052.xml
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97
97
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0053.xml
article
97
97,102
color clinic
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color clinic
A famous technician solves your problems
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David B. Eisendrath
I have recently seen some large transpcireflCe shot by a studio and they seemed to be mounted with a diffusing material in back of the transparency; what is this material and what does it do? At one time, the Eastman Kodak Co. supp1ied sleeves for professional-size transparencies which had a frosted back.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0054.xml
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98
98,99,100,101
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Advertisements
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
ROLL FILM
MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
16mm CAMERAS
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0055.xml
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102
102
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Advertisements
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AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
Airequipt DUAL-PURPOSE TABLE VIEWER
AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
Slide Changer
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0056.xml
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103
103
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Advertisements
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EIGHTSIXTEEN FILMS
16mm SPECIAL OFFER
EIGHTSIXTEEN FILMS
35MM FILM
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0057.xml
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104
104,105
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0058.xml
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106
106
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PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0059.xml
article
106
106,107,112
stereo today
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stereo today
Down in Front
Wiggin's Wink
News for Lookers
Wide-frame Pictures
Apertures—Critical vs. Small
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Robert L. Mclntyre
There’s a natural tendency for seats to become filled from back to front at almost any gathering. It is especially unfortunate at a stereo slide showing, where the best seats are those near the screen. When a 50-inch screen is used, the ideal viewing position is only 7 feet from it.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0060.xml
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107
107
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0061.xml
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108
108,109,110,111
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Advertisements
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
POLAROID CAMERA
PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
KODAK SIGNET-35mm Camera
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0062.xml
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112
112
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0063.xml
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113
113
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Westen's
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Westen's
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0064.xml
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114
114
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Advertisements
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0065.xml
article
114
114,116
Calendar of photographic exhibitions
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Calendar of photographic exhibitions
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Conducted according to the recommended practices of the Photographic Society of America. 5th International Salon of Photography*, Photo and Cine Amateurs Association of Slovenia Ljubljana, Lepi pot 6, Jugoslavija. Closes Jan. 11, 1954. Entry fee $1, four prints and/or Slides allowed.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0066.xml
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115
115
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ATLAS photo sales co.
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ATLAS photo sales co.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0067.xml
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116
116
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J.G SALTZMAN, Inc.: PORTABLE CAMERA STAND
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J.G SALTZMAN, Inc.
PORTABLE CAMERA STAND
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0068.xml
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116
116
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LISCO PRODUCTS CO.
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LISCO PRODUCTS CO.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0069.xml
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116
116
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yankee: LOADOMAT
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yankee
LOADOMAT
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0070.xml
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Mamiya Camera Company of America, Inc.
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Mamiya Camera Company of America, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0071.xml
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117
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AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK PUB. CO., INC.
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AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK PUB. CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0072.xml
article
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118,120
camera clubs
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camera clubs
Turn the Crank!
Fifty-four Exhibit in ’54
Slide and Print Show for Exchange
PSA Club Committee Reactivated
Guild Still Thumping the Tub
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Whit Hillyer
Had a nice, genial New Years resolution all cooked up, to the effect that during 1954 I’d stay out of people’s hair—but I should have known it wouldn't last. In no time at all there came to hand a bit of news which started me muttering to myself. This time it was an interclub slide competition which was all neatly wrapped up before it ever came off.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0073.xml
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118
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0074.xml
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119
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Advertisements
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ALL FILM SALES CO.
VICTOR 40B SOUND PROJECTOR
ALL FILM SALES CO.
POSITIVE FILM 16mm-35mm
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0075.xml
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120
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Advertisements
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0076.xml
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121
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Advertisement: PHOTOGRAPHY Magazine
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PHOTOGRAPHY Magazine
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0077.xml
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122
122
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Advertisements
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CAMERA UTILITIES, INC.
POLAROID CAMERA
CAMERA UTILITIES, INC.
KINE EXAKTA VX
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0078.xml
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123
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Bell & Howell Company
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Bell & Howell Company
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0079.xml
article
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124,125,128,130
amateur movie section
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Ready-made titles from anywhere
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JAY A. SMITH
No matter where you go the inhabitants will sell you titles for your movies, ready-made, cheap, and sometimes even beautiful. Yes, no matter where you are, be it interesting and beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, Cape Cod, or Mud Center, Indiana, you will find titles nicely suited for your purpose, all ready for use.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0080.xml
article
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126,128
MOVIES
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CAMERA! LIGHTS! INACTION!
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LEE ROGOW
ONE of these days I’m going to edit all my home movies into a fast-moving set of featurette films to entertain my family and friends. I may even do it tomorrow. Like most other amateur home movie-makers, I shoot films of my family in fifty-foot reels. They come back from the processing laboratory in little boxes.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0081.xml
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127
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Paillard Products, Inc.: Bolex
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Paillard Products, Inc.
Bolex
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0082.xml
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128
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QUICK-SET, INC.
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QUICK-SET, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0083.xml
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129
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.: SILVER KING
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
SILVER KING
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0084.xml
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130
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0085.xml
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131
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Advertisement: COLOR-MATIC Control
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COLOR-MATIC Control
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0086.xml
article
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132
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AN EXPERT’S ADVICE ON LENS TESTING
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Marty Forscher
I WOULD like to express my respect for photographers who have the drive to pursue for themselves the answers to the questions posed by this series of lens tests. The practical knowledge obtained in this way is worth much more than any amount of expert optical advice.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0087.xml
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PHOTOPTIC CORPORATION
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PHOTOPTIC CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0088.xml
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133
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La Belle INDUSTRIES, INC.
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La Belle INDUSTRIES, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0089.xml
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134
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THE NEGA-FILE COMPANY
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THE NEGA-FILE COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0090.xml
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134
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KINNARD CO.
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KINNARD CO.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0091.xml
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135
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0092.xml
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136
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MOONEY-ROWAN CORP.
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MOONEY-ROWAN CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0093.xml
article
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136
PHOTOGRAPHY’S Traveling Salons
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PHOTOGRAPHY’S Traveling Salons
December 5-19
January 9-23
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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.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0094.xml
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137
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KONICA CAMERA CO.
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KONICA CAMERA CO.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0095.xml
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Advertisements
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0096.xml
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139
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Heiland
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Heiland
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0097.xml
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140
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HINSON MFG. CO.
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HINSON MFG. CO.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0098.xml
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140
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0099.xml
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141
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SIMMON BROS., INC.
automega E-4
SIMMON BROS., INC.
automega B-5
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0100.xml
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142
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ARROW METAL PRODUCTS CO.
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ARROW METAL PRODUCTS CO.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0101.xml
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142
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GRAPHIC STUDIO PM3
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GRAPHIC STUDIO PM3
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0102.xml
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143
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Advertisements
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WESTON Electrical Instrument Corporation
WESTON Thermometer
WESTON Electrical Instrument Corporation
WESTON Analyzer
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0103.xml
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144
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0104.xml
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145,146,147,148,149,152,153,154,155,156,157,158,159,160,161,162,163,164,165,166,167,168
PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY
THE MODERN WAY
1. WE PRACTICE BABY-CHARMING
4. LIGHT ON BABY FACES
5. COLORFUL CHILDHOOD
6. TRIFLES THAT MAR PERFECTION
7. YOUR BABY ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY
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JOSEF SCHNEIDER
Josef Schneider is one of the country's most outstanding child photographers. This book is his formula for achieving that distinction. His methods are simple and clear and are told with an understanding and kindly humor that stems from a love of and insight into the youngsters who have stood, sat and crawled before his camera.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0105.xml
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169
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Advertisements
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
INFRA RED FILM
AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
AERO BROMIDE PAPER
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0106.xml
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169
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WIRGIN BROTHERS: EDIXA
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WIRGIN BROTHERS
EDIXA
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0107.xml
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170
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ADVERTISING DISPLAYS, INC.
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ADVERTISING DISPLAYS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0108.xml
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Advertisement: MOV-E-LITE
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MOV-E-LITE
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0109.xml
review
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170,171,172,173
what's new
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what's new
Trade Notes and News
CAMERAS
LENSES
PROJECTORS
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
EXPOSURE
MISCELLANEOUS
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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General Photo graphic Supply Company
WINDSOR 35-mm camera
$59.95
WINDSOR 35-mm camera is imported by General Photo graphic Supply Company, 136 Charles St., Boston, Mass. It has nine shutter speeds from one second to 1/300, a coupled range-finder combined with the viewfinder, focuses down to three feet, and has a 4-element, 50-mm, f/3.5 lens. The price is $59.95; carrying case is $3.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
CROWN FLEXARET
$99.83
CROWN FLEXARET is a new model of the 2¼X2¼ Flexaret twinlens reflex camera imported and distributed by Biber Photo Corp., 153 W. 23rd St., New York 11, N. Y. A special feature is the automatic crank-lever transport, and the Mirar lens is said to resolve 2,000 lines per inch. Price is $99.83.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
KODAK SIGNET 35-MM CAMERA
$108.95
KODAK SIGNET 35-MM CAMERA OUTFIT, a product of Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y., contains the Kodak Signet 35-mm camera, a leather field case, and a Kodak Standard Flasholder. It's priced at $108.95 and will be available for Christmas.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
ANSCO
$9.75
ANSCO, Binghamton, N. Y., is introducing five Ansco Camera Outfits for the holiday season. Included are 1) Ansco Shur-Flash Camera Outfit No. 4, with the new Shur Flash camera. Price $9.75. 2) Ansco Readyflash Outfit No. 4. Price $13.95. 3) Ansco Flash Clipper Outfit No. 4, $24.95. 4) Ansco Miniature Camera Outfits with either Ansco Karomat or Regent 35-mm cameras. Price, with Karomat, $197.34. 5) Ansco Folding Camera Outfits with any of several models of Ansco Speedex or Viking cameras selected from dealers' stocks. Price, with Viking, $57.72. Each outfit has camera, flash unit, film, and flashlamps. Some include carrying case and gadget bag.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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BELL & HOWELL, 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45, now is manufacturing its 134-V (Single-lens) illustrated) and 134-TA (tri-lens) 8-mm spool-loading motion picture camera with a fawn metallic finish to match their companion piece, the Regent 8-mm Projector. The price of the two cameras re mains the same.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$36.75
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, Rochester, N. Y., announces a new model of its Kodak Pony 135 camera with automatic take-up spool eliminating the need for threading film leader into take-up mechanism. For easy removal of the film container, a new spring has been added to the storage cavity of the camera by means of which the container automatically Pops out When the rewind knob is pulled out. The new camera, designated as Model B, list for $36.75.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
SET - O - MATIC THREESOME Camera Package
$99.75
SET - O - MATIC THREESOME Camera Package, an offering of the Bolsey Corp. of America, 118 E. 25th St., New York 10, N. Y., contains a Bolsey B22 Set O-Matic camera, Battery Capacitor Flashgun, and a top-grain leather carrying case. it sells for $99.75.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
CORONET 3-D CAMERA KIT
$19.95
CORONET 3-D CAMERA KIT, manufactured by C. H. Fischberg & Co., 71 W. 23rd St., New York, N. Y., consists of a 3-D Coronet camera, flash unit, folding viewer of metal and plastic, and a compartmented gadget bag. It is synchronized for flash, has a binocular-type viewer, a matched-lens optical system, and preset shutter. it takes four 3-D pictures or S single Snap shots on standard 127 film, and costs $19.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$86.95
BELL & HOWELL COMPANY, 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45, announces a new Bell & Howell 1-in f/l.9 "super-comat" lens, which will be standard equipment on all B & H 1.6-mm cameras ordered with f/1.9 lenses. Price, $86.95, including lens shade.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
CLOSE-UP LENSES
$2.50
CLOSE-UP LENSES, polarizers, and filters in Series 4.5 and 5.5 sizes are now made by Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y. Strain-free optical glass is said to be used in the line, which now includes: Polarizing, Type A-85 and. 8513 Photoflood, 80A ; Skylight, 1A ; Ultra Violet, 213; Haze; Light Balancing, 81, 81A, 8113, 81C, 81D, and 81EF; Ansco, 10, 11, 12, UV15, UV16, UV17 ; Light Green, X1 Medium Green, X2, Neutral Density, 2X—ND30 ; 4X-—ND6O. Prices for Series 4.5 are: for filters, $2 ; polarizers, $4.75 ; close-up lenses, $2.50. For Series 5.5 prices are: for filters, $2.50 ; polarizers, $5.25 ; Close-up) lenses, $3.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
STEREO-MATIC 500 PROJECTOR
$177.50
STEREO-MATIC 500 PROJECTOR, product of Sawyer's inc., P. O. Box 490, Portland, Oregon, was wrongly quoted as priced at $117.50 in our November, 1953, issue. The correct price of the projector is $177.50, and the matched carrying case costs $17.50. We regret the error.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
Slide Projector
$49.95
SKOT 2x2-in. Slide Projector is a current offering of American Optical Company, 80 Heard St., Chelsea 50, Mass. It utilizes a 300-watt lamp and is blower-cooled, has a two-element condensing system and patented AO Heat Filter. A spring action controls height of the projector by locking-knob control. Price, with carrying case, is $49.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
AO Opaque 1000 Projector
$96.90
AMERICAN OPTICAL COMPANY, Chelsea 50, Mass., announces its AO Opaque 1000 Projector, providing even illumination over the entire area of its 10x10-inch area. Copy is cooled by a motor-driven fan. A feature is the direction of air downward over the platen, forcing small objects and paper flat and thus preventing flutter. The platen is self-locking and remains open for change of projection material until flicked shut with a finger. Price is $258.50. A second model, AO Educator 500, for slides, single- and double-frame film strips, offers optional lenses of 3 ½-, 5-, and 7-inch focus. Changeover from slides to film strip is effected by inserting or removing either type of material, and a push-through slide changer automatically centers glass, cardboard, or metal slides for precision focus. This unit is also cooled by motor drive. Price is $96.90, and a carrying case is optional at $7.50.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
GOLDE JET 300
$54.50
GOLDE JET 300, a blower-cooled slide projector for 35-mm color slides, is made by GoldE Manufacturing Co., 4888 N'. Clark St., Chicago 40. Slide protection is effected by blower cooling said to insure a cool 300-watt lamp at all times. The lens is an anastigmat and a noiseless slide carrier is featured. GoldE’s Jet 300, with lamp and “Unibuilt” cover case, is priced at $54.50.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
3-D ROTO-VUER
$49.50
3-D ROTO-VUER, manufactured by Ster-E-O, Inc., 1017 E. Pike St., Seattle, Wash., is a multiple-slide stereo viewer which holds up to 60 slides, which are held in place by a rotating slide carrier. Pictures are viewed in turn after pressure of an operating handle used, also, to select pictures out of sequence. Individual pictures can be changed in the slide carrier or the loaded carrier replaced by another in a matter of a few seconds. The device can be powered, optionally, from a 110-volt source or two standard flashlight cells. It is priced at $49.50 alone; a carrying case costs $9.95, a 2.4-volt transformer is $4.95, and extra slide carriers are $2.95 each.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
PRIMOS 35 AUTOFOCUS ENLARGER
$129
PRIMOS 35 AUTOFOCUS ENLARGER, imported by Karl Heitz, Inc., 150 W. 54th St., New York 19, N'. Y., provides magnifications from two to ten diameters and is entirely, automatic in operation. The enlarger head is raised or lowered with one hand, the image remaining in sharp focus at any point. The head can be tilted back for advancing the film and is supported by a parallelogram mechanism with spring counterbalance. The lens is a Cassar 50-mm f/3.5, with click stops. Several accessories are available. Price, with lens, is $129.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$5.95
SPIRATONE, INC., 49 W. 27th St., New York, N. Y., imports a contact printer from Germany, claimed to be the only one in its price field featuring a center-hinged platen and adjustable masking bands for, various print Sizes. The printer is of wood and accepts all negative sizes from 35-mm to 2¼x3¼. It is suitable for printing transparencies from uncut 35-mm film and is priced at $5.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
QUA-MATIC water valve timer
$10
AQUA-MATIC water valve timer, an offering of Wonder Products, P.O. Box 6065, 5101 Faculty Ave., Long Beach 11, Calif., automatically turns off running water at the end of a predetermined time interval. It may be set for two-min to one-hour intervals by adjusting the timer dial; is guaranteed for a year, according Price is $10 postpaid.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
Aqua-Mite
$9.95
MANSFIELD AQUA-MITE EILTER COMPANY, 7735 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago 34, manufactures a water filter of the same name for photographic as well as other uses. Designed to extract sand, micro-organisms, chemical purifying additives, and other impurities, the filter can be installed on any faucet in a few minutes, according to the maker, and can be cleaned for daily use by reverse flushing. The filtering action is effected by physical rather than chemical means. Price of the Aqua-Mite is $9.95 and hose adapters are available at $1.50 per set extra
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$1.75
BROWN FORMAN INDUSTRIES, Louisville 1, Ky., has developed a new chemical product BFi No. 10 Spot Check, an indicating solution for showing hypo remaining in film and print, thus checking their suitability for toning, and determining uniformity of washing. Brown-Forman says it takes but two minutes to check the life expectancy of any print. The packaged quantity is enough to make over 200 tests and costs $1.75. For a limited time, BFi Spot Test is being sold in an introductory “threesome” package with the company’s BFi No. 20, a print-flattening solution, and BFi No. 30, a hypo neutralizer. The Spot Test bottle holds an ounce of solution ; the others hold two ounces. .
General Photo graphic Supply Company
OSTER AIRJET DRYER
$19.95
OSTER AIRJET DRYER is offered by the John Oster Manufacturing Company, Racine, Wis. Although sold as a hair dryer it is claimed that it is equally effective for drying negatives, outside as well as inside a cabinet. It blows warm or cool air selectively and tilts to any angle on its own stand. Price is $19.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$1
SPIRATONE, INC., 49 W. 27 th St., New York, N. Y., offers the Japanese Accura Enlarging Focusing Aid, which is placed on the enlarging easel and projects through its mirror an image conveniently viewable from the user’s normal position. It retails for $1.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
SIXTI
$23.95
SIXTI is designed to fit the accessory clip on the top of the Leica, Contax, Retina, or similar cameras. It measures 2½x⅜x⅞ inches; has an automatic switch to adjust to correct sensitivity range for high and low intensities ; costs $23.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
DUAL-SIXTOMAT
$27.50
DUAL-SIXTOMAT also has the automatic high-low intensity switch and adds a built-in difflected- to incident-light measurement. Like the other Photoptic meters, this model has the honeycomb lens and baffle which match the field of the meter to that of the average camera lens. Price is $27.50.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
DUAL-SIXON
$17.50
DUAL-SIXON is Photoptic's third product and is designed for instant change from reflected- to incident-light readings. When closed, the roll-screen converter acts as a protective case. Weight is 3 ounces and size 2x2¾x1 inch. Price is $17.50 with a chain for attachment to pocket or belt clip.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$7.95
SPIRATONE, INC., 49 W. 27th St., New York, N. Y., imports the Baby Seconic exposure meter, measuring 1½x1x2 in. and claimed to be the smallest of its type. It is calibrated in ASA speeds from 6 to 200 for lens openings from f/1.4 to f/3.2 and measures reflected as well as incident light. With case the price is $7.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
The Revere Stereo camera
$15
REVERE CAMERA COMPANY, 320 E. 21st St., Chicago 16, has designed the Revere BC Flash 24 for its 33 Stereo camera. Features are a hinged flash shield with frosted diffusion disk; battery-condenser arrangement for added battery life; extension socket for standard bayonet extension, and socket in the base for tripod or extension arm. The Revere Stereo camera is synchronized for Class F lamps at ½ to 1/100 sec and class M at ½ to 1/25 sec. The flash contact attaches securely to the accessory on top of the camera. Styling of flash unit and camera is similar. Price of the unit is $15.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
Harwood Model IV Electronic Flash
HARWOOD MPG. CO., 466 W. Superior St., Chicago 10, announces a 3-lb weight reduction in its Harwood Model IV Electronic Flash, brought about by use of two 240-volt Eveready #491 batteries in place of five standard 90-volt batteries.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
ASCOR LIGHT UNIT
$52.50
ASCOR LIGHT UNIT is a Product of American Speedlight Corp., 480 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. Designated as Ascor Model L-905A, the new device has a connection permitting the use of a number of units connected in series from a single power supply. A second model, L-908A has a modeling light and is designed to be used with Ascor’s Midget Model 200-2 or Midget Model 100-2 power supplies. Price of either new model is $52.50.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
[no value]
RINGWOOD CHEMICAL CORPORATION is the new name of Edwal Laboratories, Inc., which has conducted its business in photographic chemicals at Ringwood, III for more than twenty years. The firm’s address will remain unchanged.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
LIBRARY PACK
$14.95
LIBRARY PACK is a magnetic-tape album manufactured by the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co., St. Paul, Minn. It is in the form of a telescoping box with interior partitions, and a slipout card in the binding affords easy identification. Library Pack is available in two sizes—for three 7-inch reels, $9.95, and for three 7-inch reels, $14.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
PENTACON MICROSCOPE ADAPTER
$25
PENTACON MICROSCOPE ADAPTER is a device permitting attachment of a microscope to a Pentacon camera. The adapter fits the outside tube holding the ocular of all standard microscopes and is made by the Pentacon Corporation, 50 W. 29th St., New York 1, N. Y. Price of the adapter is $25.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
VIEW-MASTER ALBUM
$1.75
VIEW-MASTER ALBUM is a recent addition to the View-Master line manufactured by Sawyer's, Inc., Box 490, Portland, Ore. It is a pocket-size accessory for storing both personally made reels and stock subjects. It contains thirty reel envelopes with spaces for identification, measures 4½x8 in., and is priced at $1.75.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$56.75
BAIA MOTION PICTURE ENGINEERING, INC., 120 Victor Ave., Detroit 3, Mich., has announced its new Baia “Standard” Movie Action Editor, with 800-ft. reel capacity, for either 8-mm or film. Features are quick takedown design, the Baia Splicer, one-knob threading, and large viewing screen. It costs $56.75 and a case is priced $7.95.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$1
MOVIE TITLES are made to order by the Uricheck Photo Co., 951 Burton St., Freeland, Pa. The service is limited to 16-mm black-and-white titles, plain or animated, with special effects. Prices start at $1 and otherwise will be quoted on request.
General Photo graphic Supply Company
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$7.49
AUXILIARY TELEPHOTO AND WIDE-ANGLE FINDERS are manufactured by Spiratone, Inc., for use with its own lenses of these types. They fit the accessory clips of most German cameras such as the Retina, Vito, and Contessa, or can be used handheld. An accessory clip for the Argus C3 camera is available at $1. Finders sell for $3.95 each, or $7.49 for the set.
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WIXDSOR 35-mm camera is imported by General Photo graphic Supply Company, 136 Charles St., Boston, Mass. It has nine shutter speeds from one second to 1/300, a coupled range-finder combined with the viewfinder, feet, and has a 4lens. The price is is $3.95.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0110.xml
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GRAND CENTRAL CAMERA
CONTAX-D
GRAND CENTRAL CAMERA
CONTAX
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0111.xml
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172
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0112.xml
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173
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PANORAM FILM LABS
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PANORAM FILM LABS
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0113.xml
advertisement
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173
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Camera Craft Pub. Co.
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Camera Craft Pub. Co.
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0114.xml
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174
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0115.xml
article
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contests and markets
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contests and markets
CONTESTS
MARKETS
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NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION is running its 9th Annual Contest open to high school students from the 9th-l2th grades from October 15, 1953, to March 15, 1954. Students may enter an unlimited number of pictures in any of the five classes; school life activities, out of school activities (including children), sports, art and architecture, animals and pets.
PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0116.xml
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175,176,177,178,179
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the photographic market place
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0117.xml
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classified advertising
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0118.xml
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Advertisements
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FILTER KITS
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STEREO SAFE
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0119.xml
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183
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0120.xml
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0121.xml
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183
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Advertisement: ethol 90
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ethol 90
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0122.xml
advertisement
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184
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Advertisements
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP
NEW 30 POWER TELESCOPE
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP
UTILITY STAND
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0123.xml
advertisement
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185
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0124.xml
advertisement
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186
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19540101_0034_001_0125.xml