Issue: 19580701

Tuesday, July 1, 1958
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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A Division of General Aniline & Film Corp.
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A Division of General Aniline & Film Corp.
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U. S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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U. S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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48 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S EXCITING NEW 7 WONDERS OF THE WORLD CONTEST
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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STERILG-HOWARD
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STERILG-HOWARD
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Piggy-back cameras
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Here's a picture for your “I Wuz Gonna” department. About 2 years ago I rigged up a piggy-back arrangement to use my Leica and reflex housing with a 4x5 view camera. The whole thing worked out so well I was going to write about it for publication.
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Mamiya Division
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Mamiya Division
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PopularPhotography_19580701_0043_001_0008.xml
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Dowling's FIFTH AVENUE
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Dowling's FIFTH AVENUE
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PopularPhotography_19580701_0043_001_0009.xml
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A SUBSIDIARY OF GENERAL PRECISION EQUIPMENT CORPORATION: SUPER GRAPHIC 45
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A SUBSIDIARY OF GENERAL PRECISION EQUIPMENT CORPORATION
SUPER GRAPHIC 45
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Kali mar Inc.
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Kali mar Inc.
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AGFA INCORPORATED
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AGFA INCORPORATED
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PONDER & BEST, INC.
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PONDER & BEST, INC.
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Revere ELECTRIC EVE-MATIC
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Revere ELECTRIC EVE-MATIC
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Nikon Incorporated
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Nikon Incorporated
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35-mm TODAY
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35-mm TODAY
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Bob Schwalberg
Five years ago, at a now famous convention of the Society of German Photographers (GDL), a Hamburg professional named Willi Beutler openly attacked one of photography’s oldest sacred cows: finegrain development. In so doing Beutler challenged a number of related misconceptions and made it stick, with an exhibit of outstandingly superior large-scale prints made from 35-mm negatives.
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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Advertisements
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E. LEITZ. INC.
35mm RF SUMMARON f/3.5
E. LEITZ. INC.
135mm HEKTOR f/45
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The FR Corporation
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The FR Corporation
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COLOR CLINIC
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COLOR CLINIC
A FAMOUS TECHNICIAN SOLVES YOUR PROBLEMS
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David B.Eisendrath
Shooting north-front buildings I want to make a color photograph of a small factory that faces north, and have found that at no time of the year does the sun ever strike the front of the building. How can I get a good color shot?—N.B., St. Paul, Minn.
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COLOR KING LABS
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COLOR KING LABS
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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EXAKTA COMPANY: The new EXAKTA LIGHT-METER IIa
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EXAKTA COMPANY
The new EXAKTA LIGHT-METER IIa
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BOLEX
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BOLEX
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NEW BOOKS
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NEW BOOKS
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PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE LAW by George Chernoff and Hershel B. Sarbin. Published by Amphoto, New York. 127 pages, illustrated, $1.95 paper bound, $3.50 cloth bound. LEGAL ASPECTS OF PHOTOGRAPHY by Robert Veit Sherwin. Published by Greenberg, New York, 126 pages, illustrated, $1.95 paper bound.
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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Peerless Camera Stores
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Peerless Camera Stores
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PETRI CAMERA CO. Inc.
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: MINOX B AUTOMATIC CAMERA
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
MINOX B AUTOMATIC CAMERA
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EITZ CAMERA CENTERS
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EITZ CAMERA CENTERS
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KONICA CAMERA COMPANY: KO INICA III
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KO INICA III
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WHAT'S NEW
Popular Photography field-tests IMPORTANT NEW PRODUCTS
AGFA AUTOMATIC 66
A report on the world’s only automatic-exposure still camera
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THE long-awaited Agfa Automatic 66 —a roll-film camera which automatically sets its own exposure—is at last available in this country. When first introduced at Photokina in Cologne, two years ago, it drew the interested attention of the entire photographic world.
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New York Institute of Photography
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New York Institute of Photography
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INTERCONTINENTAL MARKETING CORP.: Bauer ELECTROMASTER
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Bauer ELECTROMASTER
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RIKEN OPTICAL IND.
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION: SEKONIC MOVIE pet EXPOSURE METER
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
SEKONIC MOVIE pet EXPOSURE METER
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
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WHAT'S NEW
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KILFITT PAN-TELE-KILAR 300-mm LENS
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THE RECENTLY RELEASED Kilfitt 300-mm ƒ/4 Pan-Tele-Kilar is a 5-element double Gauss type lens specifically designed to cover the 2¼x2¼ negative format, although it will doubtlessly find its widest application with 35-mm equipment.
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QUICK-SET, INC.
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP.
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The School of Modern Photography
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The School of Modern Photography
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WHAT'S NEW
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MISCELLANEOUS
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YASHICA 44 is a miniature twin-lens reflex camera added to the line of Yashica, Inc., 234 Fifth Ave., New York 1. It makes 12 exposures on size 127 roll film: has f/3.5 Yashikor lenses; film-advance crank; shutter speeds to 1/500 sec, B, self-timer, and MX synchronization; eye-level sportsfinder in addition to groundglass focusing.
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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GRAND CENTRAL CAMERA
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.
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CHARLES BESELER CO.
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CHARLES BESELER CO.
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The Rangefinder
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Editorial
Ethics in Advertising
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the editors
Readers of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY will be glad to learn that a code of ethical practices for use in advertising and selling photographic products recently went into effect as the result of a series of meetings of the Better Business Bureau in cooperation with the Guild of Photographic Dealers of New York, Inc.
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Next month
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A SPECIAL ISSUE FULL REPORT ON 35-MM KODACOLOR Is 35-mm breeding a generation of sloppy photographers? SEEING WITH A SINGLE-LENS REFLEX How to get the most from your built-in exposure meter 35-MM PROCESSING FOR DUFFERS
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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JOHN MFG. CO. INC.
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JOHN MFG. CO. INC.
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Advertisement: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Keystone Camera Co., Inc.
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Keystone Camera Co., Inc.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE SPACE AGE
VOCABULARY FOR SPACE CAMERAMEN
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LLOYD MALLAN
IN THIS age of space research and development, photography is one of two most important tools of the scientist, the engineer, the medical researcher, and the missile or rocket manufacturer. We often hear our present era referred to as “The Age of Electronics,” but I feel that this is a rather false label.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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PORTRAITS OUTDOORS
Lighting formula for faces under the summer sky: seek open shade, wait for a diffusing cloud, or brave the suris full light—with caution
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Mountain boy in the Italian Dolomites posed in bright sunlight for this portrait, but Jerry Cooke chose an angle at which the boy’s hat brim would cast a shadow across his face, then exposed for that shadow area. Note that highlight areas are definitely overexposed, while dark portions, like the corduroy pants, have good detail.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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POLAROID FILMS
An up-to-date roundup on the 10th anniversary of picture-in-a-minute photography
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BOB SCHWALBERG
THIS FALL will mark the 10th anniversary of the Polaroid Land system of picture-in-a-minute photography which was introduced commercially on November 28, 1948, when the original Model 95 camera was first marketed. Derived from the spare-time researches of its inventor, Dr. Edwin H. Land, which were carried out during the war years, the new process was based upon an entirely new departure in the history of photography: a self-contained picture film incorporating negative and positive emulsions plus the necessary processing chemicals.
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I WANT TO KNOW
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How can I make close-ups?
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Gene Plotnik of New York Gity writes: "I want to make pictures of inconspicuous people living in their own private worlds. . . . But for the life of me I can't summon up the nerve to put a camera up in front of someone's face and snap. How do the great candid photographers do it? Do they simp and run? Do they excuse themselves, or do they beg the subject's cooperation?
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I WANT TO KNOW
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What are my rights?
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A photographer’s camera may accompany him almost anywhere he may be— at home, on the street, in the theater, or at a museum. And his right to use that camera wherever he. may be is essentially unrestrained. But a few rules restrict the use of cameras, both as to place and subject matter, and every photographer should know them.
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I WANT TO KNOW
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What will raise club standards?
The editors reply:
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Charles E. Frankel
LOndon
England
"Uur camera club has met for the last five years, and we have some talented members. But none of us has ever had any pictures published or gained any outside recognition. If our standards are too low, what can we do to raise them?" The problem of “pictorial inbreeding” plagues many camera clubs. Often they begin with high purposes and wind up as merely social gatherings where good friends may comfort and compliment each other’s picture-taking efforts. This frequently happens because ojd members teach new members. Then they judge and criticize each other’s pictures. If an outsider doesn’t agree with their judgments, they say he doesn't understand photography and what they are trying to do. When members are content to wander this way, avoiding what they might consider unfriendly critcism, it isn’t long before people start leaving the club, often because of boredom. Usually a small nucleus arranges the showings, handles the committee assignments, collects the dues, and plans the outings. The ideas of this small core of leadership determine the role of the club. If these ideas are not a source of inspiration to new members, the newcomers will not make contributions to the club commensurate with their potential. Obviously not all club members are serious amateur photographers. Many will join solely for the cameraderie of the group. They will respond to criticism, guidance, and instruction, but too much of it will drive them away. They must first be inspired to seek this photographic self-improvement. A balance must be found between sound criticism that shows these amateurs how they may improve and inspirational guidance to make them want to improve. Obviously the best criticism is likely to come from persons outside the club, who can be more objective. Professionals in the field are a good choice for this.
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I WANT TO KNOW
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Why are my 35-mm pictures grainy?
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Ted Clemens
MT. Kisco
N.Y.
“Four out of five times my 35-mm factures blow up grainy. What do I do wrong? Every time I get prints back from the drugstore, they’re so grainy that I never want to use the camera again. Does this always happen with small negatives?" The editors reply:
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I WANT TO KNOW
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How can you get glossy prints?
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W.E. Miller
TOledo
Ohio
“I believe that a discussion on ferrotyping would be timely. have found it to be extremely difficult to produce completely satisfactory glossy prints on ferrotype plates, (dull spots being the main problem. Quite likely others have the same problem.
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I WANT TO KNOW
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Is there a secret to winning contests?
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Willam Collins
Davenport
Iowa:
“Why is it that a when you look at photo contest winners you keep seeing the same names all the time? I've entered a lot of contests, but never won anything. And I don't think my pictures were so much worse than those that won prizes. Is there some secret to winning picture contests?
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A GUIDE TO OUT DOOR EXPOSURE
Here’s a check-list of basic techniques to help you achieve perfectly exposed negatives when shooting pictures this summer
USE YOUR EXPOSURE METER PROPERLY
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IN SPITE of the prevalence of inexpensive exposure meters, widelatitude films, and reliable cameras, exposure errors continue to be the most common cause of picture failures. Don’t you be among this summer’s crop of disappointed picture-makers because you ignored or forgot a few basic rules about exposure.
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A GUIDE TO OUT DOOR EXPOSURE
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HOW EXPOSURE HELPS OR HINDERS FILTERING
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A GUIDE TO OUT DOOR EXPOSURE
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HOW TO INCREASE CONTRAST
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A GUIDE TO OUT DOOR EXPOSURE
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HOW TO REDUCE CONTRAST
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A GUIDE TO OUT DOOR EXPOSURE
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EXPOSING FOR SPECIAL EFFECTS
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GENERAL INTEREST
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ARE WOMEN ALLERGIC TO PHOTOGRAPHY?
DO THEY SHRINK FROM PICTURE TAKING? DODGE THE DARKROOM? HERE'S ONE FEMALE’S APPRAISAL
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RITA CUMMINGS
ENTION “photography” to a woman and she immediately thinks of complicated dials, involved mathematics, and the mysterious world of science. Yes, most women are allergic to photography, and the camera for them is a booby trap that cuts off heads and creates unbelievable pictures.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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HOW TO SAVE TIME
Here are 10 shortcuts that can add extra minutes to your picture-taking hours
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USE PRINTING-OUT PAPER For a quick set of contact prints you don’t need to set up all your darkroom equipment. Instead, use printing-out paper, like Kodak’s Portrait Proof. The minute your negatives are dry you can place them on a sheet of printing-out paper (emulsion to emulsion), lay a sheet of glass over both, and then expose by sunlight or tungsten light.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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PICTURES
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR PICTURES
1 Robert L. Parks, Sandusky, Mich.
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The editors agreed that this was an appealing picture, helped greatly by the shy smile on the face of the child (the photographer’s son). The subtle color relationship between background, hair, and blanket also added. But a minority felt that the flat lighting and seemingly selfconscious pose made the picture less creative than it might have been.
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BOX CAMERAS
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Robert L. McIntyre
SOMEWHERE in the past of almost every fan lies an old, reliable box camera. He thinks back to the fine pictures he got with it before he knew much about photography, and at times he may even rue the day he gave it up for a better outfit. The box camera is still a trustworthy tool for picturetaking.
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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MAURICE BAUMAN —I WAS AN AMATEUR
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I WASN’T even a snapshot enthusiast until a chance encounter in 1935 with an old friend, Eliot Elisofon. He and I had grown up together in lower Manhattan. He told me of his basement studio-darkroom and insisted on showing me his pictures. I went along to oblige him, but when he displayed some 16x20 exhibition enlargements I was impressed.
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT
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JULY 4 The big weekend starts on Friday with Independence Day celebrations, so make the most of it with your camera. Almost anywhere you go, you’ll find vivid fireworks displays to photograph. Put your camera on a tripod and let the blazing lights of the rockets and pinwheels trace a pattern on your film.
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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MONEY-MAKING IDEAS
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George B. Wright
THE amateur (or the professional, for that matter) who is submitting prints for publication must consider their content, their technical quality, and their presentation. We talked about presentation last time. Print quality—sharpness, proper contrast for good engraving, good rendition of detail and texture—is covered in many articles in the magazine.
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THE Kodak BULLETIN
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THE Kodak BULLETIN
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YASHICA INC.
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CHALLENGE! MATCH YOUR SKILL WITH THE PRO ON A NEW ASSIGNMENT: “THE CROWD”
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CHALLENGE! MATCH YOUR SKILL WITH THE PRO ON A NEW ASSIGNMENT: “THE CROWD”
THE PRO: ANGUS McDOUGALL DEADLINE: JUNE 15
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In the next issue you’ll see the results of our last CHALLENGE! theme, “Ice.” Meanwhile you should be sending in your entry for the current CHALLENGE! which is “The Crowd.” You’ll be matching your camera technique with the professional, Angus McDougall, one of the nation’s top house-magazine photographers.
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THE fit CORPORATION
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EDIXA CAMERA COMPANY
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MOVIES
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Roger Tilton says MOVIES MUST MOVE
A film maker and teacher discusses the problems of action in motion pictures
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RENE CLAIR, the great French director, once said: “The cinema has been created for the purpose of recording movement. This is a truth which nobody has attempted to dispute and yet it is constantly being forgotten.” The real subject of every motion picture is movement; the fast, slow, dynamic processes of life which, when projected onto the screen, hold the eye in dazzled attention.
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MOVIES
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CREATING WITH FILM
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CHARLES REYNOLDS
Æ FEW weeks ago I was talking to a friend about making the transition from still photography to movie making. This person commented that it should not he very difficult for the good still photographer to switch to movies or vice-versa because “after all, most of the same principles apply.
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MOVIES
Movie maker uses pocket-size equipment for location shooting
ADD SOUND WITH POCKET-SIZE TAPE RECORDER
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LES BARRY
IN THE last two years, because of the rapid development of home movie camera quality, it has become possible for the amateur movie maker to make near-professional films with an 8or 16-mm camera. But for the advanced amateur this high point of results-on-film still represents only a partial victory in the battle to bring professional movie making down to the gadget bag dimensions enjoyed by many professional still photographers.
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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PHOTOSENSITIVE PLASTICS— will they revolutionize photography?
Slide-O-Film, first of these to reach the market, is processed in boiling water in just two seconds
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BOB SCHWALBERG
GENE GAINES
FOR NEARLY A DECADE a handful of research teams scattered across the country have been at work on an exciting new family of plastics that are sensitive to light and which promise to revolutionize the photographic process as we know it today.
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Keystone Camera Co., Inc.
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Rochester Institute of Technology
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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KING PHOTO CORPORATION
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KING PHOTO CORPORATION
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF photography
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF photography
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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Mamiya Division
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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INDUSTRIAL TIMER CORPORATION
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INDUSTRIAL TIMER CORPORATION
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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BROADWAY CAMERA SHOPS, Inc.
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ASTRA PHOTO PRODUCTS
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ZIFF-DAVIS PUBLISHING CO.
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Realist “400” color projector
A subsidiary of David White Instrument Compony
Realist “620”
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