Issue: 19550101

Saturday, January 1, 1955
January
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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Articles
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0001.xml
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0002.xml
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Advertisement: BROCKWAY
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BROCKWAY
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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4
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PHOTOGRAPHY including CAMERA and AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0004.xml
masthead
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Master Head
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0005.xml
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5
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0006.xml
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6,8,10,126,127
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tools and techniques
A round-up of recent developments and significant trends
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Norman C. Lipton
Latensifying Color Film. A method for increasing the speed of Eastman Color Negative (movie) film from ASA 24 to ASA 80 by post-exposure latensification is described in the August 1954 issue of the Journal of the SMPTE by Kenneth M. Carey, Technical Research Div., National Film Board (Canada).
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0007.xml
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6
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KLING PHOTO CORP.: MINOX Ill-S CAMERA
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KLING PHOTO CORP.
MINOX Ill-S CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0008.xml
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7
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POLOROIDLand CAMERA
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POLOROIDLand CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0009.xml
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8
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STEREO Reatist
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STEREO Reatist
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0010.xml
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9
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THE Canon
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THE Canon
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0011.xml
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10
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0012.xml
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0013.xml
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12
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0014.xml
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13
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MINIFIILM CAMERA CORP.
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MINIFIILM CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0015.xml
article
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14,151
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camera clubs
Brotherly Love in Action
Good Job for the Red Feather
They’ll Welcome Mail
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Whit Hillyer
My mail indicates that a lot of you still want to know about factors which contribute to camera-club success. So this month we’ll examine two more outfits which do outstanding jobs. Both happen to be located in Philadelphia, which would seem to prove that there’s room for more than one capable group in the same town.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0016.xml
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14
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TIFFEN MARKETING CO.: Tillen filter kits
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TIFFEN MARKETING CO.
Tillen filter kits
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0017.xml
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15
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0018.xml
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16
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DELTA PHOTO SUPLY
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DELTA PHOTO SUPLY
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0019.xml
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17
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GRAFLEX, INC.,
GRAFLEX
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0020.xml
article
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18,145
legal problems in photography
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THE NUDE-IS IT ART?
PHTOGRAPHY's experts discuss the legal aspects of a controversial subject
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George Chernoff
Hershel B. Sarbin
YOU are in an artistic mood. You take a trip to the art museum where you are entranced by a beautiful painting of a nude girl playing a harp. This gives you an idea for a picture. Not having a harp available you dig out your old ukulele from the back of your closet and get a model to pose for you playing the more modern instrument.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0021.xml
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19
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RADIANT MFG. CORPORATION
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RADIANT MFG. CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0022.xml
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20
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Advertisements
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omoga 120
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omega ENLARGER
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SIMMON BROTHERS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0023.xml
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21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0024.xml
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PRAKTICON CO., INC.
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PRAKTICON CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0025.xml
article
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30,34
color clinic
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A famous technician solves your problems
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David B. Eisendrath, Jr.
I have read many articles lately dealing with photography and mentioning the term “reciprocity failure ” both in blackand-white and color photography. Will you please explain this to me?—A. H., Montreal, Canada. For this reader, and for the many others who have asked about reciprocity failure, I will try to make a simple and not-too-technical explanation.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0026.xml
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COLOR KING LABS
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COLOR KING LABS
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0027.xml
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Heiland
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Heiland
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0028.xml
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32,33
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0030.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY Dept.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0031.xml
article
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36
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was my face red!
Unpracticed Preaching
Hot Shot
Try-Weekly
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As an avid amateur photographer of several years’ standing and president of our local camera club, I am often called upon for advice and criticism on pictures made by members of the club. Recently, one of the lady members asked me for ! assistance in making shots for a contest sponsored by a local automobile dealer.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0032.xml
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PHOTOPTIC CORPORATION
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PHOTOPTIC CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0033.xml
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37
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS Co.
ILOCA II
OLDEN CAMERA & LENS Co.
BOLEX H16
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0034.xml
article
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38
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letters to the editor
“Jazz Dance” Editor Praised
Japan: No Cost Too Great
Tape Article Gets Rave
Tapes While He Drives
Love—It’s Everywhere
Likes Travel Story
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May I express my most sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude for selecting our film “Jazz Dance” as the subject of your feature article on motion-picture technique in the November issue. However, the film would not have been possible without Richard Serly Brummer's understanding of rhythm and dance, his sense of split-second timing, and his unique post-synchronization techniques.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0035.xml
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38
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES. INC
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES. INC
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0036.xml
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39
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E. LEITZ, INC.: NEW Leica M-3
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E. LEITZ, INC.
NEW Leica M-3
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0037.xml
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40
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0038.xml
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41
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0039.xml
article
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42
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candid shots
Comes the Revolution . . .
Brady Negatives Released
Luce Gets Award, Promises Contest
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The Editors
You may not have realized it, but there is a revolution going on in black-andwhite photography. Monochrome, which for several years has been made to look like the poor relation of color, is coming back into its own—with a vengeance. Tremendous technological advances, together with a lot of radical rethinking by a new generation of camera pioneers, have made of black-and-white a thrilling and challenging medium.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0040.xml
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42
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John G. Marslall Mfg., Co., Inc.: MARSHALL’S
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John G. Marslall Mfg., Co., Inc.
MARSHALL’S
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0041.xml
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0042.xml
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43
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PAILLARD PRODUCTS, INC.: BOLEX
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PAILLARD PRODUCTS, INC.
BOLEX
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0043.xml
article
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44,45,46,47,118,119,120,121,122
LIGHTING
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ALL ABOUT FLASHBULBS
Synchronizing shutter and lamp
THE FOUR BASIC FLASHBULB TYPES AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS
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DOUGLASS C. HARVEY
I SOMETIMES THINK we engineers take ourselves too seriously. We have little signs that we hang on the door or slip under the glass on our desks—or even frame and hang on the wall—proclaiming: “Why be difficult when with just a little more effort you can be impossible.”
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0044.xml
article
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48,49,50,51,122,123
GENERAL INTEREST
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A MASTER TEACHES THE EXPERTS
Advanced camera workers learn taste and common sense' from art director Alexey Brodovitch. One typical class assignment: Picture story on Penn Station for a Paris magazine
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DAVID JON EBIN
WHEN top professional photographers decide to go back tox school, the reasons must be powerful, and the lessons they learn should be of value to many a photographer, amateur or seasoned. When photo-journalists with long years of experience—whose credits appear constantly in national magazines—enter a New York classroom with homework portfolios marked “Penn Station” under their arms, the reason must be something other than “second childhood.”
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0045.xml
article
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52,53,108,109,110
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POOL-SIDE CAMERA
For action-packed pictures shoot a swimming meet
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BOB GOMEL
CONTORTED FACES gasping for air, turbulent spray flying, off-the-beaten-path human interest—these are all yours if you focus your camera on competitive indoor swimming this season. Swimming events offer much challenging material that is both unexploited and accessible for the amateur.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0046.xml
article
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54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61
PICTURE FEATURE
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SNOW
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Arthur A. Goldsmith, Jr
SNOW, to a scientist, is merely crystals of frozen water vapor; to a suburbanite it’s a nuisance, but to a photographer it’s a visual theme without peer—the most photogenic of nature’s elements, for color shooting as well as black-and-white.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0047.xml
article
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62,63,96,98,99
COLOR FEATURE
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WORLD'S LARGEST TRANSPARENCY
Here's the story behind Eastman Kodak's 18x60-foot Colorama in Grand Central Station
Here are six steps in the production off a Colorama Transparency
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John Durniak
MILLIONS of holiday travelers who pass through New York’s Grand Central Station this month will see the above winter scene as a giant 18 x60-foot transparency. It will be the 81st Colorama picture to be presented in almost five years by the Eastman Kodak Company in a display aimed at selling color photography to all the people who pass by.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0048.xml
article
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64,65,99,100
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TRICKS WITH FILTERS
Color film plus red and green filters does strange things to white pelicans
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NORMAN ROTHSCHILD
PELICANS probably have been the world’s most photographed birds ever since the snapshot camera was invented. Their funny appearance and snow-white feathers have proven to be irresistibly attractive to photographers. In view of all this it might seem foolish to choose pelicans as the subject for new and different pictures.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0049.xml
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66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75
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DARKROOM MAGIC
TITLING
MONTAGE
Adding clouds, trees, backgrounds is another application of montage
BAS-RELIEF
RETICULATION
SOLARIZATION
PHOTOGRAMS
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HOMER BURK WRIGHT
IT'S FUN TO BE FOOLED by a neat piece of photographic sleightof-hand—but it’s more fun to know how the trick is done, and try it yourself. Some of the slickest and most impressive photo-magic is performed in the darkroom. You’ve probably seen and admired montages, bas-reliefs, printed on titles, solarizations, reticulations, and photograms—though perhaps you didn’t know them by name.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0050.xml
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76,77
THIS?......OR THIS?
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Which technique for portraits-
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THERE are more ways than one to shoot a portrait, and here are two of the actor, Charles Laughton, by two extraordinarily different photographers. The one on this page is by Max Ehlert, well-known German magazine photographer, the other by Sanford Roth, the retired businessman who quit commerce for a photographic career in middle life (See PHOTOGRAPHY, November, 1953).
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0051.xml
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78,79,80,81,100,102
HOW IT’S DONE
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PROJECT YOUR FAVORITE BLACK-AND-WHITES
ROLL and SHEET film
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DAN BECKER
THE EVENING'S COMPANY has gathered in the darkened living room. Your 35-mm slide projector is loaded with your latest take. During the next hour your family and friends will be entertained with lifelike, full-size color pictures projected on a screen.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0052.xml
article
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82,83,86,90
TRAVEL
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FLORIDA IN WINTER
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BRADLEY SMITH
EAST COAST, WEST COAST, north central, south central—all parts of Florida might have been designed especially for photographers, and the traveler with a camera finds wide variety offered not only by the scenery, but by the weather as well.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0053.xml
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84,85
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0054.xml
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86
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Advertisements
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RESEARCH LABORATORIES
ANSCO COLOR KITS
RESEARCH LABORATORIES
8x10 ENLARGING PAPER
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0055.xml
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87
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SPIRATONE INC.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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88
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WILLOUGHBYS: PERKEO "E"
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WILLOUGHBYS
PERKEO "E"
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0057.xml
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89
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Willoughbys
ZETT 35
Willoughbys
MORSE G3
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0058.xml
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90,91
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NEW EXAXTA
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SUPER IKONTA
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0059.xml
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92,94
IN THE DARKROOM
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HOW TO BE A DARKROOM HOUDINI
A supplement to our Darkroom Magic story
LETTERING
MONTAGE
BAS-RELIEF
RETICULATION
SOLARIZATION
PHOTOGRAMS
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THE TEN PAGE feature Darkroom Magic (pages 74-83) is essentially a picture-story on six basic kinds of trickery, with examples and how-to illustrations. The text accompanying the pictures gives a lot of information, but it can’t cover all the details.
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92
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KONICA CAMERA CO.
KONI-FLASH
KONICA CAMERA CO.
NEW KONIFLEX
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JAPAN CAMERA INSPECTION INSTITUTE
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JAPAN CAMERA INSPECTION INSTITUTE
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NATIONAL PHOTO LABS
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NATIONAL PHOTO LABS
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PHOTOGRAPHY’S Traveling Salons
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PHOTOGRAPHY’S Traveling Salons
December 4-18
January 8-22
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Traveling Salons are a selection of prize-winning prints from PHOTOGRAPHY’S past international picture contests. They are supplied to clubs, stores, schools, and other organizations open to the general public. Just write to Salon Director, PHOTOGRAPHY, 366 Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0064.xml
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95
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PENN CAMERA
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PENN CAMERA
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Sylvania Electric (Canada) Ltd.
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Sylvania Electric (Canada) Ltd.
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THREE DIMENSION COMPANY
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THREE DIMENSION COMPANY
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THREE DIMENSION CO.
HEADLINER 300
THREE DIMENSION CO.
DELUXE"~ MODEL D
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100
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INTERSTATE PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.: ELITAR
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INTERSTATE PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
ELITAR
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101
101
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GRAND CENTRAL CAMER EXCHANGE INC.
REFLEX CAMERAS
GRAND CENTRAL CAMER EXCHANGE INC.
POLAROID CAMERAS
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102
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES: BFi NO. 30
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
BFi NO. 30
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103
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BOB RITZ
RICHOFLEX CAMERA
BOB RITZ
RITZ 40"x40" SCREEN
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0072.xml
article
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104,105,108
movie section
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WHEN WINTER COMES
Your movie camera can capture its beauty and excitement
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DAN RUBIN
WINTER provides a wonderland for the motion-picture photographer. From snow-covered landscapes to rainbow-colored New Year’s hats, indoors and outdoors, there are giant portions of subject matter for any fellow who will take the time to think about what goes on about him.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0073.xml
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106,107
MOVIES
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I HIGHLY RESOLVE
1 lenses
4 film library
2 tripod
5 editing
3 projector
6 scripting
7 titling
8 shooting
9 camera
10 showing
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BERNARD DAVIS
As A general rule, when a photographer talks about “resolution,” he means the resolving power of a lens. But, recalling the coming new year, this time let’s have it mean the promises you make to yourself. I spent an evening going through everything I shot during the past year.
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Advertisement: KALART
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KALART
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108
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ARROW METAL Products Company: ARROW'S COMPACT-O-LITES
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ARROW METAL Products Company
ARROW'S COMPACT-O-LITES
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORP.: FME Tape Recorder
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORP.
FME Tape Recorder
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QUICK-SFT, INC.: ï EIA l L
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CAMERA OPTICS MEG. CORP.
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM COMPANY
SUPERIOR DELUXE CINE REEL
SUPERIOR BULK FILM COMPANY
MORSE G-3 TANK
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AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK PUBLISHING CO., INC.
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P.S.A. Awards Scholarship
Young East Indian to Study at R.I.T.
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THE Photographic Society of America has awarded its first one-year scholarship in photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology to Shri Aswin Kumar Mehta of New Delhi, India. The announcement by P.S.A.’s president, Norris Harkness, and C. B. Neblette, Institute head, brought Mr. Mehta half way round the world to report to R.I.T. for enrollment.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0084.xml
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114,115
FOR THE BEGINNER
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YOU CAN take good pictures at night
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JOSEPH FOLDES
PROBABLY ALL OF US admire good "after-dark pictures, but how often do we take them? For some reason many people seem to think that night photography is difficult and can be done only by experienced photographers with expensive equipment.
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Advertisements
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BURKE & JAMES. INC.
Paxette IIm
BURKE & JAMES. INC.
WATSON
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KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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KINNARD CO.
SPOT-O-MATIC
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MFG. CO.
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MFG. CO.
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article
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116,117
stereo today
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stereo today
Impact Pays Off
Hodgkin’s Hop
Free-hand Aerial Stereo
Dunnigan Honored
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Robert L. Mclntyre
Once again we had a chance to observe that impact pays off in the exhibitions. This time it was at the judging of the 1954 PSA show, with G95 slides entered by 175 contributors. The judges selected 15 slides for honor awards. Ten of them were close-ups in which the main subjects were no farther than 12 feet from the camera.
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AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
SLIDE CHANGER
AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
CARRYING CASES
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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CHINACOLOR LABORATORIES
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CHINACOLOR LABORATORIES
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HANIMEX (U.S.A)INC.: Durst
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HANIMEX (U.S.A)INC.
Durst
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American Optical: SKOT
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SKOT
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ERIE SCIENTIFIC CORP.: Esca
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ERIE SCIENTIFIC CORP.
Esca
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BROOKS INSTITUTE. Dept.
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NORWOOD Flashcraft COMPANY: Flash Mate
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NORWOOD Flashcraft COMPANY
Flash Mate
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
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Acme Lite MANUFACTURING COMPANY: SENIOR LITEPAK
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Acme Lite MANUFACTURING COMPANY
SENIOR LITEPAK
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Mamiya Camera Company of America, Inc.: Mamiya 6
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Mamiya Camera Company of America, Inc.
Mamiya 6
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athinson LABORATORY
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athinson LABORATORY
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SIMS COMPANY: FLASH UNITS
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SIMS COMPANY
FLASH UNITS
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PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0104.xml
article
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photo tips
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short cuts to better pictures
Portable Display Stand
Efficient Film-Washing Rack
Better Grip for Cable Release
Cap Remover
Protect and Identify Reloads
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A three sectioned, movable screen can be put to excellent use as a print display stand. The sections of the standard screen are of just the right dimensions to accommodate 16x20 mounts and there is the advantage of being able to move the screen easily for convenience or lighting effects.
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MICO PHOTO PRODUCTS: MICOette
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MICO PHOTO PRODUCTS
MICOette
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COLOR TV FILM LABS.
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COLOR TV FILM LABS.
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new books
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new books
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WOODLAND PORTRAITS by Jeannette Klute. Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Mass. 12½ x 17, illustrated with 50 fullcolor plates. Boxed, $20. Color photography has up to now not fared very well in the world of books, where cold economics usually defeats the best publishing intentions.
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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QUICK-SET, INC.: A QUICK-SET TRIPOD!
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QUICK-SET, INC.
A QUICK-SET TRIPOD!
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WESTON: WESTON MASTER II
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WESTON
WESTON MASTER II
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Calendar of photographic exhibition
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Calendar of photographic exhibition
•Conducted according to the recommended practices of the Photographic Society of America.
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3rd International Salon of Pictorial Photography*, The Photographic Association of Bengal, Calcutta, India. Closes Dec. 25, 1954. Entry fee $1, four prints allowed. On -exhibit in Calcutta, from Feb. 13 to 27, 1955. For information and entry blanks, write B. K. Mukerjee, Chairman, Photographic Association of Bengal, 24B Hindusthan Park, Calcutta 29, India.
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Calumet Manufacturing Company: CALUMET TEMP-TANKS
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Calumet Manufacturing Company
CALUMET TEMP-TANKS
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J. B. PERRIN & Co., Inc.: CAMERA BAGS
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J. B. PERRIN & Co., Inc.
CAMERA BAGS
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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article
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A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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Successful COLOR Photography
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Andreas Feininger
This new book by Andreas Feininger— one of the world’s foremost photographers—is the simplest and yet most complete discussion of color photography ever put down in book form. This book has been digested by permission of Prentice-Hall, Inc. The original volume, of which this is a small part, contained pages, numerous charts and graphic illustrations, and a complete index. Copyright 1954 by Andreas feininger. Published at $4.95 by Prentice-Hall, Inc.
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130,131
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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THE NEW MEDIUM
technical differences
psychological differences
THE LIMITATIONS OF COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
technical restrictions
artistic restrictions
THE SCOPE OF COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
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COMPARED to black-and-white material, color film is a relatively new product still far from “perfect.” Its “speed” is extremely low, its contrast limited ; it reacts violently to the slightest shifts in the quality of the illumination; its uniformity with regard to manufacturing standards is far from even ; and it is more difficult to process than blackand-white material.
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132,133
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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A SURVEY FOR THE BEGINNER
You are the factor which decides what kind of pictures you will get.
THE EQUIPMENT OF THE COLOR PHOTOGRAPHER
POINTERS TO AID THE BEGINNER light
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WHAT is it that makes the difference between your color pictures and those of the nationally famous photographers? The equipment? No—because successful photographers use exactly the same makes of cameras and lens as the amateur uses.
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133,134
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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THE NATURE OF COLOR
WHAT IS COLOR?
color is light
WHAT IS LIGHT?
the spectrum
"invisible light"
HOW LIGHT IS "MEASURED"
the color temperature and "black-body radiators"
THE COMPONENTS OF COLOR
subtractive color mixture
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THE answer depends upon whom we ask. The physicist, the artist, the “man in the street,” the color-blind—each will give a different answer. But we must know. How can we be expected to work with color if we don’t know its nature? Color, unlike hardness or electrical conductivity, is not an absolute property of matter.
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134,135,136
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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THE NATURE OF THE COLOR FILM
types of color film
sizes of color film
the variables
HOW TO SELECT YOUR COLOR FILM
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FOR the majority of purposes, the simplest and most practical method of taking color photographs is that which employs multilayer color films. All other methods—based upon color-separation negatives made directly from the subject, three separate films exposed as a unit (tripack), and systems involving grids and screens—are restricted in their application, complicated, or obsolete, and for this reason outside the scope of this text.
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136,137,138,139,140,141,142
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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HOW TO TAKE A COLOR PHOTOGRAPH
EXPOSURE DETERMINATION
EXPOSURE TABLE FOR DAYLIGHT COLOR FILMS
exposure tables for tungsten-light color films
ANSCO COLOR TUNGSTEN FILM
KODAK EKTACHROME FILM, TYPE B
KODAK EKTACOLOR FILM, TYPE B
KODACHROME FILM, TYPE A
KODACOLOR FILM, TYPE A
how to determine flash and speedlight exposure
FLASH EXPOSURE GUIDE NUMBERS FOR ANSCO COLOR TUNGSTEN FILM
FLASH EXPOSURE GUIDE NUMBERS FOR KODACHROME FILM, TYPE A
FLASH EXPOSURE GUIDE NUMBERS FOR KODAK EKTACHROME FILM, TYPE B
FLASH EXPOSURE GUIDE NUMBERS FOR KODAK EKTACOLOR FILM, TYPE B
a practical system for flash photography
practical suggestions
THE QUALITY OF THE ILLUMINATION
THE CONTRAST RANGE OF THE SUBJECT
backlight
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS
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For the exposure of average subjects under average light conditions, exposure tables provide data which are sufficiently accurate for average demands. Photographers using the following tables should, of course, understand that these data are only approximations which frequently must be modified in accordance with the accompanying instructions.
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143
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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HOW TO PROCESS COLOR FILM
A CHOICE OF POSSIBILITIES
general instructions for color film development
how to core for processed color transparencies
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HAVING exposed his color film, the photographer has the choice of two possibilities : either he can develop it himself, or he can give it to a commercial photo-finisher for processing. In black-and-white, only the photographer himself can possibly know in which respect to deviate from the “rules” in developing his films in order to produce negatives with a desired degree of contrast.
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0124.xml
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143,144
A PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK DIGEST
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HOW TO PRESENT COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS
VIEWING
PROJECTING
correction of over-all color cast
PRINTING
how to select transparencies for printing
RANDOM THOUGHTS AND OBSERVATIONS
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THE worst way of viewing color transparencies is the common practice of holding them up to an ordinary lamp or the sky. The color temperature of these illuminants is usually wrong and bound to produce over-all color distortion. Furthermore, light around the edges of the transparency causes the iris of the eye to adjust to a level of illumination that is higher than that of the light passing through the color film.
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: linhof
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
linhof
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what's new -Trade Notes and News
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what's new -Trade Notes and News
All data and descriptions ascribed to products listed herein are those claimed by the manufacturers and distributors, and listings are not to be construed as endorsements by PHOTOGRAPHY. For further information write to address given in trade note.
CAMERAS
LENSES AND ACCESSORIES
FLASH
PROJECTION & VIEWING EQUIPMENT
SOUND PROJECTION EQUIPMENT
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
FILM AND PAPER
MISCELLANEOUS
Kling Photo Corp.
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Kling Photo Corp.
MINOX, a sub-miniature camera
$300
MINOX, a sub-miniature camera is available in gold plate. Measuring 1x3x⅝ in., it features a 15-mm f/3.5 lens. Focusing range is from eight in. to infinity with automatic parallax correction. Green and orange filters are built in and the 11 shutter speeds range from ½ to 1/1000 sec. The price is $300, including a measuring-safety chain and alligator case. Satin chrome model can be had for $139.50. Distributor is Kling Photo Corp., 235 4th Ave., New York 3, N, Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
Argus 75 camera
$49.95
TWO NEW KITS are offered jointly by Argus Cameras, Inc., and the FR Corp. of New York. “The Complete Photographer” contains an Argus 75 camera, flashgun and shield, bulbs, batteries, and film, with darkroom equipment consisting of an FR enlarger, FR “Special” developing tank, bulb, clips, thermometer, chemicals, trays, enlarging easel, paper, and print tongs. “The Complete Photographer, Jr.” substitutes a contact printing frame for the enlarger, otherwise is the same. Prices are, respectively, $49.95, $27.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
PAXETTE 11 - M
$140.00
PAXETTE 11 - M, a new 35-mm camera, is announced by Burke & James, Inc., 321 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago 4, ill. Among features are: rapid winder which advances film and counter, cocks the shutter; double exposure prevention; Steinheil Cassar ƒ/2.8 45-mm lens in a Pronto SV shutter with eight speeds to 1/300 second and B; self-timer; viewfinder shoe for flash. With M and X synchronization, price is $69.50. Telon f/5.6, 85-mm telephoto; Choro f/3.5, 38-mm wideangle lenses, viewfinder for both, and case are, respectively, $29.50, $25, $7.50, $8.50, totaling $140.00.
Kling Photo Corp.
BUSCH CAMERA parts and accessories
BUSCH CAMERA parts and accessories are again available, with the sale of the Busch assets to the International Camera Corp., 844 W. Adams St., Chicago 7, I11. Supplies are limited and it is wise to have any necessary repairs made now. Additional information is obtainable from above address.
Kling Photo Corp.
SUPER WIDE HASSELBLAD Camera
$489.50
SUPER WIDE HASSELBLAD Camera, a new importation by Willoughbys, 113 W. 31st St., New York City, permits taking extreme wideangle pictures without a tripod. The lens is the new 38mm Biogon f/4.5 made by Carl Zeiss for this camera. Angle of view is 9O degrees, and at f/22 sharpness extends from 25½ inches to infinity. The shortest focus is 19½ inches, fastest shutter speed is 1/500 see, and the shutter is synchronized for all bulbs. Price is $489.50. Write Willoughbys at the above address for complete specifications.
Kling Photo Corp.
Robot Royal camera
THE ROBOT CAMERA IN SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY is a report which lists and describes the uses of the Robot Royal camera in many fields. Available free from Intercontinental Marketing Corp., 251 4th Ave., New York 10, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
Army camera
"PEEPING TOM," the new Army camera, clearly photographs objects 30 miles away, through some mist and haze. Deve1oped by the Army Signal Corps in Conjunction with Simmion Bros., Inc., Long Island City, N. Y., it has an f/12.5 infrared lens, a 58-in. folding barrel in front of an aluminum back, 12x7 in. Setting the camera for range is done by racking the back where the film is, instead of the front lens section. It takes 5x7 cut film or plates, has ten shutter speeds to 1/200 sec. Supporting tripod weighs 100 lbs.
Kling Photo Corp.
BOLSEY - FLEX TRIO
$29.95
BOLSEY - FLEX TRIO is the new package announced by the Bolsey Corp. of Americ, 118 E. 25th St., New York 10, N. Y. The 2¼ x 2¼ reflex camera a coated f/7.7 lens in a three-stop diaphragm; doubleexposure Prevention; internal synchronizaion; and its aluminum body is covered in gray leatherette. A "telescopic" flashgun and leather case complete the package, which sells for $29.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
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EXAKTA Camera Co., 705 Bronx River Rg., Bronxville 8, N. Y., has a four-page consumer price list of about 400 items available for Exakta It is free upon request to the above address.
Kling Photo Corp.
BROWNIE HOLIDAY Flash camera
$4.95
BROWNIE HOLIDAY Flash camera. is the new addition to the Brownie line. An eye-level viewfinder and a shutter release placed on top make it ideal for children. A midget Kodalite Flasholder, taking M2 bulbs makes indoor-outdoor picture taking a low-bugdget prospect. It takes 127 film, Kodacolor and black-and-white. The camera is $4.95 and the Flasholder with Flashguard is $3.20.
Kling Photo Corp.
Leica cameras
$348
STEMAR is the name of the stereoscopic system for Leica cameras. it consists of a taking lens, prism, viewfinder and projector. Pictures are taken on the same 24x36 frame so it is not necessary to cut or transpose them, and they are available for viewing or projection immediately after processing. Focal length of the stereo attachment is the same as the standard 50-mm Leica lens. Close, medium, and long distance shots are claimed possible with this system. The 500watt, blower-cooled projector handles 2x2 or 2¾ -square transparencies. Price of the 100-mm projector alone is $348; balance of the system is $294. Manufacturer is E. Leitz, Inc., 468 Lexington Ave., New York 17, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
CANON AUTO-UP LENS
$29
CANON AUTO-UP LENS for close-up photography has recently been introduced. Features are: instant mounting on camera lens, parallax compensating viewfinder lens, enabling use of rangefinder and viewfinder; focuses from 22-in. For 50-mm f/1.8 and f/1.5 lens. The prices are, respectively, $18.95, $29, with a leather case. Additional information available from Canon Sales Co., Inc., 67 Wall St., New York 5, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$47.90
THREE COMBINATION OFFERS by Elgeet Optical Co., 838 Smith St., Rochester, N. Y. are: 1) Cinematar Telephoto Attachment, Wide-angle Attachment, and Wideangle Viewfinder, for B & H 220 and 252 movie cameras, price $38.80. 2) Cinematar Telephoto Attachment, Wide-angle Attachment, and combination Telephoto-Wideangle Viewfinder, for Kodak Brownie movie ameras, price $38.80. 3) Cinematar 38-mm ƒ/3.5 Telephoto Lens, giving 3 times magnification, and a Cinematar 7-mm f/2.7 Wideangle Lens with 4 times the normal field. Price for the pair is $47.90.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$9.95
FOCUSING EXTENSION TUBE SET has been introduced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York City. It has three tubes of 5-mm, 15-mm, and 25-mm lengths, and a focusing tube with 40-to-55-mm range making the maximum extension 100 mm. The set will fit Practika, Practiflex, Fx, Contax S, D, and DA cameras Price is $9.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
TELEPHOTO LENS
$18.88
TELEPHOTO LENS for Kine Exakta Exa, Praktica, Praktiflex and Contax S cameras is announced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York 1, N. Y. About the length of a normal 50-mm lens, it is not necessary to remove it from the camera when closing the case. The 90-mm f/4.5 lens is coated, color corrected, and costs $18.88.
Kling Photo Corp.
LOWS Focusing
$49.95
AUXILIARY BELLOWS Focusing Device, for wideangle 65-mm lenses is used with the Linhof Super Technika 4x5 camera. The bellows, with a micrometer focusing knob and tracks mounted on a special lens board adapter fits the lens standard. Any 65mm lens may be installed on the face plate. Camera bed must be dropped 30 degrees to a void cutting into the field of view. Accessory long-bed struts available. Write to the Kling Photo Corp., 235 4th Ave., New York 3, N. Y. for more information. Price is $49.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
Wollensak Raptar lenses
ENTECO ADAPTER RINGS, Ser. V and VI, made to fit the Wollensak Raptar lenses are designed to hold also Ser. 4.5 and 5.5 filters in screw mounts only, permitting use of a wider range of filters. Free information on adapter rings and lenses they fit available from Enteco, 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
UNIPAR
$19.95
UNIPAR is a ½-in. f/1.9 lens in a standard D mount for Revere, Keystone, and DeJur 8-mm movie cameras. It has click stops, is coated and color corrected, and focuses from one foot to infinity. Guaranteed for life by Photographic Importing and Dist. Corp., 3555 Prince St., Flushing 54, N. Y., the price is $19.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
GUARANTEED FLASHBULBS
GUARANTEED FLASHBULBS are announced by the Westinghouse Lamp Div., Bloomfield, N. J. Westinghouse flashbulbs which miss will be replaced free by the dealer from whom they were purchased.
Kling Photo Corp.
TWO FLASH UNITS
$15.85
TWO FLASH UNITS are introduced by Graflex, Inc., 154 Clarissa St., Rochester, N. Y. Graflite Jr. accepts two D cells or a B-C power unit; has three outlets on its head, one for the camera connecting cord and the others for a sidelighting unit with either power supply. For reflex, miniature, or press cameras, the price of $15.85, less cord, varies with the mount. A clamp-on extension unit for use with Graflite and Graflite Jr. flash equipment has two outlets for use with D cells and two for a B-C unit. Bulbs are pushed into the socket, locking automatically. With a 15-ft extension cord, price is $9.95, less reflector.
Kling Photo Corp.
six-foot extension cord
$1.98
KALART CO., Plainville, Conn., announces a six-foot extension cord for off-the-camera flash lighting. The model number is CX-6 and the price $1.98.
Kling Photo Corp.
FLASH-TERMINAL CONVERTERS
$1
FLASH-TERMINAL CONVERTERS permitting the adaptation of Prontor and Compur flashcords to ASA type are announced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York, N. Y. Other converters adapt cords for use with Kine Exakta and Praktiflex FX cameras. The ASA converter is 50 cents and the other type $1.
Kling Photo Corp.
battery capacitator flash unit
$24.95
COILFLASH BC400, a battery capacitator flash unit for twin-lens reflex cameras is a product of The Kalart Co., Plainville, Conn. Some features are: a coiled cord built into the handle for off-thecamera shots; Safti-Shield which ejects bulb when it is opened; bulb will not fire when shield is open; built-in test light and exposuie dial; self-closing series-wired extension outlet; and a light-concentrating reflector. Complete with reflex bracket and connecting cord, the price is $24.95, less battery.
Kling Photo Corp.
KOILED FLASHCORD
$1.95
KOILED FLASHCORD for most synchronized shutters is announced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York, N. Y. It extends to three ft and returns instantly to its minimum length of 7" when tension is released. Price is $1.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
new speedlight
$89.95
ASCOR - LIGHT, a new speedlight, has a light output equal to that of a #5 flashbulb at 1/100 sec. Recharge time is four sec with dry-battery or AC power supply and flash duration is 1/1300 sec. Guide numbers are 220 for black-and-white and 45 for color. Light unit and dry-battery power supply weigh 2 lb, 2 oz each. Model A-201 is priced at $89.95. Information on it and accessories from American Speedlight Corp., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
POLORAMA PROJECTORS
$69.95
POLORAMA PROJECTORS for 2x2 and Bantam slides are announced by Noren Industries, 9104 Orchard St., Chicago, I11. They have a blower system claimed to keep slides cooler than film manufacturers’ requirements. Other features claimed are: two-condenser optical system with unbreakable reflector surface; 3-in. f/3.5 coated and color-corrected lens for over-all illumination; intermixing of differently mounted slides in a manual feed-through changer, capable of taking single stereo slides: can be used with most automatic slide changers. The 300-watt N-301 is $49.95, less case and the 500-watt N-501 is $69.95 with case. Additional information can be had by writing manufacturer.
Kling Photo Corp.
SILVER KING PROJECTION SCREEN
$39.95
SILVER KING PROJECTION SCREEN, manufactured by Da-Lite Screen Company, 2711 N. Pulaski Road, Chicago 39, I11., has Da-Lite’s push-button opening device, its equalizing “Slat-Bar,” and the “RollerLock” for stretching fabric to uniform tautness. There’s also an automatic tension release. The new screen is available in two sizes, 40x40 inches at $31.95 and 50x50 inches at $39.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
16-mm sound projectors
$425
KODA SCOPE PAGEANT, 16-mm sound projectors are announced by the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y., in two new models. 7K-2 is a sound - silent projector while the AV-072 is for sound only. They include the following features: 7-watt machines with 8 in. speakers; attached reel arms; permanent prelubrication; nylon gears; built-in loop formers and case construction. Including federal tax, price is $425.
Kling Photo Corp.
COLORMASTER SCREENS
$43.95
COLORMASTER SCREENS, 1955 models, are announced by the Radiant Mfg. Co., 2627 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago 8, I11. They have three new features: center-mounted tension control: all-metal spring roller: and a leveroperated fabric lock. The “Color-Flect” screen is silver-treated, claimed to be the ideal projection surface. Size range from 30x40 to 50x50-in.; prices from $33.95 to $43.95, with a carrying case.
Kling Photo Corp.
the 16-mm DeVrylite sound movie projector
$484
TECHNICAL SERVICE INC., 30865 Five Mile Rd., Livonia, Mich., has recently taken over the manufacturing of the 16-mm DeVrylite sound movie projector. The Model 5 has a 2-in. f/1.6 lens, a 750watt lamp, a 1600ft reel, a case and cover. Price is $434. Model 5R with reverse, is $484. Information on these and other projectors available from the manufacturer.
Kling Photo Corp.
NORD STEREO slide projector
$99.50
NORD STEREO slide projector is announced by Arel, Inc., 4916 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. Among claimed features are: dual bulbs giving 1000watt illumination, coated twin f/3.5 lens with higher resolving power; 4-in. focal length; fancooled motor with larger air passages; 12-lb weight. Literature available fro manufacturer. Price is $99.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$69.50
SKOT is the name of an automatic, 300-watt, blowercooled projector for 2x2 and Bantam slides. With an Airequipt automatic slide changer and a custom carrying case, price is $69.50. Projector only, $44.95; with Airequipt changer, $58.50; and with an Executive carrying case only, $49.95. Skot comes in gray and three shades of green and is a product of the American Optical Co., Projector Div., Chelsea, Mass.
Kling Photo Corp.
STEREO SELECTRON CHANGER
$19.95
STEREO SELECTRON CHANGER (automatic) for the TDC Stereo Vivid projector and the TDC Projector View is announced by the Three Dimension Co., 3512 N. Kostner Ave., Chicago 41, I11. It handles up to 30 ASA standard mounted slides. Open-top trays allow insertion or removal of slides while tray is in operation. Individually boxed, they double as storage cases. Price is $19.95; trays are $1.95 each.
Kling Photo Corp.
Brownie projector
$69.50
ONE SIX is the name of a new Brownie projector, a product of the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N. Y. For 8-mm movie film, it has the basic features of the f/2 model: easy and quiet operation; forward, reverse, and still projection. The main difference is in the lens, which is f/1.6, with a ¾-inch focal length, claimed to be twice as bright and filling a 40-inch screen at 12 feet. The price is $69.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
VIEW - MASTER Focusing Viewer
$9.75
VIEW - MASTER Focusing Viewer is a new addition to the stereo line of Sawyer’s, Inc., P.O. Box 490, Portland, Ore. With a 34-mm focal length, magnification is 7½x. It has a simple focusing adjustment; a built-in light source using flashlight batteries or a plug-in transformer; and is designed to assure correct color lighting. The price is $9.75.
Kling Photo Corp.
AJA SLIDE FILE consolette
$69.95
BAJA SLIDE FILE consolette has 24 drawers, capable of holding 10,000 2x2 Readymounts or 5,000 stereos in cardboard mounts. Drawer combinations are available for slides mounted in glass, plastic, or metal. Made of plywood with leatherette simulating natural-wood-grain finishes. Manufacturer is Barnett & Jaffe, 6100-10 N. 21st St., Philadelphia 38, Pa. Price is $69.95; legs are optional at $7.95
Kling Photo Corp.
MICO DUO-VUE 66 is
$12.50
MICO DUO-VUE 66 is a battery and electrically operated viewer for 2 ¼ x 2 ¼ Bantam and 35-mm slides. Lowering a built-in magnifier “window'’ converts it to group viewing. House current illumination is provided by means of a transformer attached to battery clips and plugged into an outlet. Complete with two “D” batteries, bulb, and carrier, price is $12.50. For additional information, write: Mico Photo Prods. Co., 119 S. Dearborn St., Chicago 3, I11.
Kling Photo Corp.
ESCO MAGICMOUNTS
$7.50
ESCO MAGICMOUNTS are announced in a redesigned version by the Erie Scientific Corp., 693 Seneca St., Buffalo 10, N. Y. The metal-glass mounts with builtin shock absorber have these claimed features: precision centering of film: lighter background on a larger titling space for easier legibility; and all parts are free from lint. In boxes of 18 and 100, prices are $1.75 and $7.50.
Kling Photo Corp.
Warren 777-1
$298
MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDER known as “Warren 777-1” is announced by J. C. Warren Co., Freeport, L. I., N. Y. It operates at 3.75"/sec and provides a full hour of playing or recording time on a 5-in. reel of 600 ft standard 14-in. magnetic tape, and half as much again on the 900-ft. reel. It is completely self-contained with a built-in power amplifier and loud speaker for playback. A battery charger is also built in and the recorder may be plugged into a 110-v current supply when available. Price is $298 f.o.h. Freeport, X. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
tape recorders
$235
BALANCED TONE tape recorders, products of Revere Camera Co., 320 E. 21st St., Chicago 16. I11., are now made in wooden cabinets. Among features are: index counter for instant location of any part of the recorded reel; automatic key controls play, record, or stop instantly ; highspeed forward-andrewind lever prevents backlash and tape tear; and a key lock prevents accidental erasure of recordings, automatically resetting when tape is rewound. In either 3¾ or 7½ speeds, the prices are $235 (T-700B blond) and $245 (T-700M mahogany). Add $52 for a built-in radio.
Kling Photo Corp.
IRISH GREEN BAND Professional Recording Tape
$3.30
IRISH GREEN BAND Professional Recording Tape, product of ORRadio Industries, Inc., Opelika, Ala., is now offered on an improved 2¼-in.-hub, 7-in. reel. Wrinkling and distortion of the tape at the hub end is minimized through the use of only one slot on the hub, it is claimed, as is the need for thinning the tape coating. There is no extra charge for the new reel. This tape comes in three lengths; 600-ft, 2400-ft, and 1200-ft, the latter costing $3.30.
Kling Photo Corp.
MAGNETIC TAPE
$28.80
MAGNETIC TAPE said to increase by 50 percent the recording and playback time of any tape recorder is announced by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minn. The new product, “Scotch" brand “Extra Play” magnetic tape No. 190, effects the time increase by 50 percent reduction in the thickness of the magnetic coating, with no decrease in magnetic properties. The backing is also thinner, by 30 percent. Prices are: 900-ft, $4.50: 1800-ft, $7.70; 3600-ft, $14.40; 7200-ft, $28.80.
Kling Photo Corp.
new long-playing magnetic tape
$7.95
PLUS 50 is the name of a new long-playing magnetic tape with a Mylar base. Each reel is claimed to contain 50 percent more tape, which is stronger and has a full-depth magnetic-oxide coating. It intersplices with Lifetime standard acetate tape without any recorder adjustment. A product of Reeves Soundcraft, 10 E. 52nd St., New York 22, N. Y., prices are: $4.40 for a five-in., 900-ft reel; $7.95 for a seven-in., 1800-ft reel.
Kling Photo Corp.
Canon flash unit
$32
SIDE LIGHTING UNIT, which connects to the extension or multi-extension socket of the Canon flash unit, is used as a fill-in, bounce, or auxiliary light. Complete with a highly polished five-in. reflector, adjustable clamp, and 15-ft extension cord, the price is $32. Details available from Canon Sales Co., Inc., 67 Wall St., New York 5, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
Compact-OLite line
$17.95
ARROW METAL PRODUCTS announces price reductions on the entire Compact-OLite line. New prices are: Standard 4-lite, $9.95, $15.95 with carrying case; 4-lite DeLuxe with dimmer switch, $11.95, $17.95 with carrying case; Standard 2-lite $6.75, $7.75 with dimmer switch; 2-lite in carrying case, $12.75, $13.75 for DeLuxe model with dimmer switch; Carrying cases cost separately, 2lite, $6.25; 4-lite, $6.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
BROWNIE MOVIE LIGHT
$5.55
BROWNIE MOVIE LIGHT bar accommodates two 375-watt reflector flood lamps, and attaches to any movie camera at the tripod-screw socket, making it a unit. Product of Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N. Y., price of the bar is $5.55; the lamps $1.35 each.
Kling Photo Corp.
four-socket barlight
$14.95
BOUNCE-RAY is a four-socket barlight, two of which rotate 180 degrees. It has a four-position rotary light control for four separate degrees of light intensity. This heavy-gauge steeland-chrome unit folds compactly. In a luggage-type carryall case, the price is $14.95. Manufactured by Arkay Corp., 1570 S. 1st St., Milwaukee, Wise.
Kling Photo Corp.
SWITCHMASTER CONTROL BOX
$12.95
SWITCHMASTER CONTROL BOX is made by Mayfair Manufacturing Co., 89 Grand St., Brooklyn 11, N. Y. It is push-button operated, has high-low switch, four heavyduty individual receptacles, an indicator light with separate switch, and costs $12.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
Ektacolor sheet film
$1.50
EKTACOLOR FILM is announced by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y., as being available in roll-film sizes, in both Daylight Type and Type A. Prices and sizes are: 127, 90 cents; 120-620, $1.10: 116, $1.50; 828, 80 cents. Cost of film does not include processing, which is the same as Ektacolor sheet film. Instructions are available.
Kling Photo Corp.
CRONAR
CRONAR is the name of a new photographic safety film base developed by Du Pont, Wilmington, Del. In comparison tests for over two years, against present safety film bases, the following claims are made; it is several times tougher, has greater dimensional stability, equal flame resistance, greater folding endurance, virtually no perforation damage; and only four mils thick, accommodating more film per reel. Presently available commercially as leader material for motionpicture processing.
Kling Photo Corp.
fine-grain-emulsion 35-mm film
$5.85
ADOX, a fine-grain-emulsion 35-mm film, is introduced in America by E. Leitz, Inc., 468 4th Ave., New York, N. Y. It is claimed to be much thinner than film currently on the market. Adox comes in three speeds with exposure indices of 16, 32, and 80. The names are, respectively, KB-14, KB-17, and KB-21. Time-temperature charts for these films and the live most popular developers are free upon request to the above. Price for a 36-exposure roll is $1.45 and a 50-ft bulk can costs $5.85.
Kling Photo Corp.
portrait films
DU PONT press and portrait films now have new labels, redesigned for better readabilRy. Exposure index speeds have been added to the data.
Kling Photo Corp.
WARMTONE ARTWEAVE (ZL)
WARMTONE ARTWEAVE (ZL) is a new projection paper made by Du Pont, Wilmington, Del. The cream-tinted surface has a rough-fabric appearance, is double-weight and has a slight sheen, said to add tone and sparkle to any picture. It takes oil colors easily Sizes and prices are the same as for other Warmtone papers.
Kling Photo Corp.
SENSITIZED CANVAS
75 cents
SENSITIZED CANVAS (bromide type), for enlarging use, is available in sizes of 16x20 and 18x24. Packed six sheets to the package, price is approximately 75 cents per square foot. For details, write General Photo Products Co., Inc., 15 Summit Avenue, Chatham, N. J.
Kling Photo Corp.
STOPPER
$1.25
STOPPER is a camera accessory claimed to give pictures depth and clarity by increasing the lens stop and using the new fast films. Designed to fit Series VI lens shade or filter holder, it comes in two apertures, 1 and 2. Dividing the focal length of your lens by these aperture numbers will give you the increased ƒ value. A product of the Jay-Bee Co., P. O. Box 123, Des Moines, Iowa, the price is $1.25 each.
Kling Photo Corp.
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KRYLON, INC., 2038 Washington Ave., Philadelphia. 46, Pa., offers a time-saving spray for dulling highly glossed surfaces and reflections. Also can be used on blackand-white and color prints without any distortion of tonal values, manufacturer claims. Easily sprayed on, it is removed with a soft cloth.
Kling Photo Corp.
NEGA-FILE DELUXE
$4.95, $8.45
NEGA-FILE DELUXE, #22-4, is a file dcsigned to hold strips of four 2¼x2¼ negatives and prints. The hardwood cabinet has brass-plated hardware and comes with glassine envelope, numbered index and guides. Two models holding 100 and 300 envelopes are respectively; $4.95, $8.45. Catalog available from Nega-File Co., Easton, Pa.
Kling Photo Corp.
crank
$2.45
KENTECH WIND AND RE-WIND crank for Stereo Realist cameras is announced by Kentech, P.O. Box 24152, Los Angeles 24, Calif. It fits over both knobs, facilitating winding and rewinding of film. The crank is made of chrome-plated aluminum and costs $2.45 from dealers or direct from Kentech.
Kling Photo Corp.
Phenidone
$21.10
CLAYTON P-20; P-60 are improved developers made with Phenidone. They are claimed to offer all the advantages of metol developers plus longer tank and storage life, better contrast qualities, and will not stain or irritate hands and clothes. A quart of P-20, a universal developer, gives up to five quarts of working solution, while P-60 makes three quarts of fine-grain film developer. Phenidone is available separately, with formulas, for photographers who wish to make their own developers. Prices are, respectively; $1.49, $1.70, per qt; one oz $1.83, one lb $21.10. Manufacturer is Clayton Chemical Co., 5420 N. Damen Ave., Chicago 25, 111.
Kling Photo Corp.
GRAFLOK BACK
$26.50
GRAFLOK BACK for use on Graphic View cameras is now available. Positioned horizontally or vertically, it offers an easily detachable, four-sided, metal viewing hood. Price is $26.50 for this product of Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
J - L MAJOR RANGEFINDER
$4.44
J - L MAJOR RANGEFINDER is claimed by its distributor, Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing 54, N. Y., to be one of the smallest made. Among features are: focuses from eight in. to infinity : focusing knob is located on the side; correct distance read from enclosed scale on the top; vertical and horizontal adjustments easily made. Price is $4.44; a shoe to fit standard accessory clips is 49 cents: and a shoe with an accessory clip is 59 cents.
Kling Photo Corp.
SAVAGE WIDE-TONE Background Paper
SAVAGE WIDE-TONE Background Paper is offered in a free, sample color chart showing the 36 colors in which this paper is available. Write to F. Holland, Savage Universal Corp., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17, N. Y. The paper comes in rolls of 12 and 50 yd and is 107 in. wide.
Kling Photo Corp.
KOPIL
$4
KOPIL is the name of a new rangefinder distributed by Photographic Importing and Distributing Corp., 3555 Prince St.,Flushing 54, N. Y. Made of metal, it focuses from three feet to infinity and has an adjustable shoe to fit most accessory clips. A depth-of-field scale for 50-mm is on the top. Price is about $4.
Kling Photo Corp.
PROCESSING CHEMICALS and FORMULAS
50 cents
PROCESSING CHEMICALS and FORMULAS is a data book issued by the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. Revised and enlarged, it contains the latest information on the processing, solution preparation, formulas, and descriptions of Kodak prepared chemicals. Effects of certain techniques are also explained. Comparison color patches are included to test the thoroughness of print washing, it has 68 pages, is punched for notebook binding and is available at Kodak dealers for 50 cents.
Kling Photo Corp.
CLEAR-VU PROTECTO ALBUM
$6.95
CLEAR-VU PROTECTO ALBUM is a product of the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. Covered in imitation leather, gold embossed, it has 12 gray-paper leaves enclosed in Kodapak folders. Moderate thumb and finger pressure opens and closes the Mult - O - Ring binder. It is capable of holding 24 8x10 prints, or more of smaller sizes. The price is $6.95 from Kodak dealers.
Kling Photo Corp.
WHITEHALL TRIPODS
$16.95
WHITEHALL TRIPODS, a new line by Quick-Set, Inc., Skokie, I11., are out in three models. Each has a Dualok panhead with separate controls for pan and tilt and the Evreway camera plate, adjustable in four directions and twelve positions, claimed to mount any camera in proper balance. Name and prices are: Peer, $12.95; Quad, $16.95; and 3⅝, $15.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
densitometer and timer
$310
DENSI - TIMER, a combination densitometer and timer, measures and meters light. It can be focused on a spot about the size of a dime; is claimed to make perfect enlargements regardless of negative density; and has a two-dial setting for paper speeds. Foot switch for focusing and/or starting is optional. More details available from Lektra Labs, Inc., 154 11th Ave., New York 11, N. Y. Price is $310.
Kling Photo Corp.
GLOSSOMAT
$350
GLOSSOMAT is a table model, continuous rotary dryer, product of Fedco Prod., 37 Murray St., New York 7, N. Y. Stainless, seamless drum dries 100 8x10 prints per hour, glossy or matte. It has no chains or belts, draws 1350 w at 115 v ac, and measures 20x 50 in. Delivered assembled, price is $350; slightly higher west of Mississippi and Canada.
Kling Photo Corp.
FILTER KITS
$8
FILTER KITS for Graflex "22,” Ciro 35, and Century and Pacemaker Graphics are announced by Graflex, Inc. In the color kit are skylight haze-reducing filter, an 81C, and 85. The black-and-white kit contains K-2, X-l, and A filters. All filters fit Series V holder or adapter, and price of either set is $8 with leather case.
Kling Photo Corp.
TRIUMPH STANDARD
$59.70
TRIUMPH STANDARD is a new tripod distributed by Karl Heitz, Inc., 150 W. 54th St., New York 19, N. Y. Weighing six lb, it has the following features: fits cameras up to 4x5 and 10-mm cine: locking braces between center column and extendable legs; steel spiked legs, taking rubber tips; extensible center column and can be turned at any height: extends to 67-in., collapses to 24-in Price is $59.70. Panheads tilting 180° vertically are $16.50; the same plus a 90° horizontal tilt is $29.70. A Repro-Arm, for copy and close-up work is $15.90.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$3
A NEW CAMERA-PICTURE SERVICE is offered by Cy Merchandise System, 1014 S. Buckeye, Kokomo, Ind. A Pro camera loaded with fine-grain Ansco film, is sent to the user on payment of $3 ; after the 12 pictures are exposed, user mails camera back in original carton, with $1, and 12 glossy prints (3 ¼x3 ¼) are returned to him along with another camera loaded with new film.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$1.40
URICHECK PHOTO, 951 Burton St., Freeland, Pa., announces improvements in its Super Print Developer. Claims are: longer life of diluted and stock solution, the latter up to six months; l-l½ minute speed for paper is the same, but it may now be used for force development of film. Prices are unchanged, 50 cents a qt and $1.40 a gal.
Kling Photo Corp.
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$6.95
EDIXA EVEREADY CASES now have reinforced “noseguards” which will not bend, dent, or crush, thus protecting lenses and shutters against damage. They are imported by Wirgin Bros. Camera Works, 705 Bronx River ltd., Bronxville 8, N. Y., for use with Edixa cameras, and are priced at $6.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
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FILTER INFORMATION leaflet showing when and when not to use a filter, which type to use, what each is capable of doing, and a table of film speeds and filter factors is available without cost from Enteco, 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
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TEXT BOOKS and magazines dealing with photography and in the Italian, French, Spanish, and German languages are offered by the Camera Import Corp., 521 Fifth Ave., New York 17, N. Y. A complete listing is available.
Kling Photo Corp.
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INDOOR PHOTOS MADE EASY is a free booklet describing the proper procedure and equipment necessary for good indoor photos. An earlier companion booklet on home movies is also available from your dealer, or by writing Smith-Victor Corp., Griffith, Indiana.
Kling Photo Corp.
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ANSCO COLOR Laboratories announce increased processing facilities at its Union, N. J., plant. Added equipment and multipleshift operation will benefit movie amateurs and professional trade laboratories. For information, write Kenneth Johnson, Ansco News Bureau, 175 Clinton St., Binghamton, N. Y.
Kling Photo Corp.
BOLSEY ACCESSORY KIT
$9.95
BOLSEY ACCESSORY KIT is introduced by the Bolsey Corp. of America, 118 E. 25th St., New York 10, N. Y. A leather snap-on kit contains three series V opticallyand color-corrected filters: yellow, haze, and type A conversion. Also included are a cable release, an adapter ring, and a sunshade. Price is $9.95.
Kling Photo Corp.
SINGLE-DROP RELEASE
$12.95
SINGLE-DROP RELEASE is a feature of a plastic bottle devised by Braun Laboratories, 206 S. Hutchinson St., Philadelphia 7. 115 Natoma St., San Francisco 5, Calif., is now priced at $9.95 instead of $12.95. Design changes facilitate mass production. A kit which is priced at $2.50 contains three such bottles, containing, respectively, “HypA-Test, Wash Test, and Rinse Test.” Each bottle contains sufficient liquid for 800 tests.
Kling Photo Corp.
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VOLUME COLOR PROCESSING up to 7,000 rolls of color film a day is now possible at the laboratories of Pavelle Color Incorporated, 533 W. 57th St., New York 19, N. Y. The huge capacity has been made possible by the designing and installation of a machine which maintains temperature control to 1/10 degree F, replenishes all chemicals to a .05 cc per sq in., filters solutions, air, and water, etc.
Kling Photo Corp.
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COLOR CORPORATION OF AMERICA PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES has been opened at 610 South Armenia, Tampa, Florida. Joseph H. Snyder is president and general manager. The company specializes in the production of color prints for national advertising, mural prints for exhibitions, and color prints for the use of salesmen. —-fes
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APT_CORPORATION: Reel-taines
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APT_CORPORATION
Reel-taines
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0132.xml
advertisement
148
148
[no value]
[no value]
LISCO PRODUCTS Co.
[no value]
LISCO PRODUCTS Co.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0133.xml
advertisement
148
148
[no value]
[no value]
Bass Camera Co.
[no value]
Bass Camera Co.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0134.xml
advertisement
149
149
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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THE NEGA-FILE CO.
“DELUXE” NEGA-FILE NO. 450—
THE NEGA-FILE CO.
EXTRA-LARGE NEGAFILE NO. 4500.
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0135.xml
advertisement
150
150
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0136.xml
advertisement
151
151
[no value]
[no value]
RUSH PHOTO SERVICE
[no value]
RUSH PHOTO SERVICE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0137.xml
advertisement
151
151
[no value]
[no value]
ARKAY CORPORATION
[no value]
ARKAY CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0138.xml
advertisement
152
152
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0139.xml
advertisement
153
153,154,155,156
[no value]
[no value]
the photographic market place
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0140.xml
advertisement
157
157,158,159
[no value]
[no value]
classified advertising
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0141.xml
advertisement
160
160
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP.
f/L4 16mm. MOVIE PROJECTION LENS
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP.
3.5 PROJECTION LENS
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0142.xml
advertisement
161
161
[no value]
[no value]
GENERAL ELECTRIC: G-E FLASH BULBS
[no value]
GENERAL ELECTRIC
G-E FLASH BULBS
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0143.xml
advertisement
162
162
[no value]
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19550101_0036_001_0144.xml