Issue: 19590601

Monday, June 1, 1959
June
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Sunday, December 28, 2014

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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Ansco: Anscomatic
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Ansco
Anscomatic
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0002.xml
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Petri Camera Company, Inc.: PETRI 2.8
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Petri Camera Company, Inc.
PETRI 2.8
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0005.xml
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Advertisements
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
ROLLEICLEAR
Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
REMOVABLE HOOD
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0006.xml
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0007.xml
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
35-mm vs. 2¼×2¼
Valueless?
Available-light problem
Reflection
Thanks!
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Since many of the pros use the 2¼×2¼. format, I fail to understand why you have almost totally disregarded it. Picture credits in the various annuals show that many prize-winning pictures are taken with twin-lens reflex cameras and 120 film.
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0008.xml
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A GENERAL PRECISION COMPANY: GRAFLEX
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A GENERAL PRECISION COMPANY
GRAFLEX
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0009.xml
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Scopus/Brockway Inc.: Canon P
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Scopus/Brockway Inc.
Canon P
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0010.xml
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GAMI CORPORATION: GaMi 16
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GAMI CORPORATION
GaMi 16
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0011.xml
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COLOR CLINIC
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FOREIGN COLOR PROCESSING
What to do when you need
Enlarged transparencies
Color exhibitions
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DAVID B. EISENDRATH
Regularly throughout the year we get requests from readers who have been to Europe or Canada. have purchased foreign color films and, home now, are trying to find a reliable processor for them. This is especially true at this time when many visitors to Cologne’s Photokina who saw the excellent exhibits of color shot on European color films were tempted to try them, and, in most cases, found them to he very good.
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0012.xml
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12,13,16,18,20,22,24,30,32,34,99,100
Special Report: Philadelphia Photo Show
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STILL CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES
One-eyed wonders capture show; three feature instantreopen diaphragm
Five new SLR’s
New high-speed (E.I. 160) Kodak Ektachrome color film
Electric-eye still cameras make news
Leitz releases M-l camera and three new Leica lenses
Canon introduces new rangefinder camera and high-speed wide-angle lens
Two new ultrawide-angle cameras
Four new twinlens reflexes
11 new rangefinder 35’s
Subminiature items at MPDFA ’59
Miscellaneous items of more than passing interest
New speedlight units
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BOB SCHWALBERG
Perhaps the most significant and interesting aspect of this year s MPFDA conclave in a city otherwise noted for brotherly love was not the predominance of 35's (which have wagged the dog in every MPFDA show this reporter has ever covered) hut the further development and refinement of the single-lens reflex system.
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0014.xml
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Keystone Camera Company, Inc.: KEYSTON E K-110
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Keystone Camera Company, Inc.
KEYSTON E K-110
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0015.xml
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Charles Beseler Company: BESELER BTOPCON
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Charles Beseler Company
BESELER BTOPCON
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0016.xml
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Nikon Inc.: NIKON SP
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Nikon Inc.
NIKON SP
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0017.xml
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NIKON
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NIKON
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0018.xml
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0019.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0020.xml
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS, Inc.: FUJICA 35-ML
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS, Inc.
FUJICA 35-ML
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0021.xml
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0022.xml
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SEKONIC INCORPORATED U.S.A.: SEKONIC L-38
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SEKONIC INCORPORATED U.S.A.
SEKONIC L-38
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0023.xml
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YASHICA
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YASHICA
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0024.xml
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BOLEX: ELECTRIC EYE
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BOLEX
ELECTRIC EYE
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0025.xml
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Leica
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Leica
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0026.xml
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COLOR CHAIN LABS
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COLOR CHAIN LABS
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0027.xml
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Kalimar: AIRES V
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Kalimar
AIRES V
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0028.xml
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GENERAL ELECTRIC: EXPOSURE METER
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
EXPOSURE METER
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0029.xml
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY: CARL ZEISS-EXAKTA
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
CARL ZEISS-EXAKTA
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0030.xml
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO. INC.: PENCIL
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO. INC.
PENCIL
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0031.xml
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MINOLTA CAMERAS
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MINOLTA CAMERAS
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article
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36,38,40,42,100,101,102,103
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PHOTO SHOW
MOVIE EQUIPMENT
More lenses zoomed, more cameras thought, more projectors talked
MOVIE PROJECTORS
FLASH! ANSCO ANNOUNCES NEW HIGH-SPEED 8-MM MOVIE FILM
MOVIE ACCESSORIES
SLIDE PROJECTORS
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ARTHUR GOLDSMITH
New developments on the 8-mm homemovie front at Philadelphia were both massive and strenuous, with a total of some 27 brand-new cameras introduced, and some of the late-comers barely whisked out of customs in time to make the curtain. Automation continued big, with some kind of photoelectric exposure control—either fully-automatic electric-eye or semi-automatic match-the-needles—available on equipment ranging in price from the Kodak Brownie Automatic ($74.50) to the Revere Cine-Zoom CA-8 ($209.50).
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0033.xml
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Contaflex
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Contaflex
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0034.xml
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: baldamatict
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
baldamatict
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0035.xml
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CORMAC CHEMICAL CORPORATION: unibath
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CORMAC CHEMICAL CORPORATION
unibath
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0036.xml
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eumig
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eumig
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argus
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argus
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0038.xml
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.: XENAR 4.7/135
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
XENAR 4.7/135
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0039.xml
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PHOTO SUPPLY CO. INC.: ENVOY "35"
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PHOTO SUPPLY CO. INC.
ENVOY "35"
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0040.xml
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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The Range finder
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Editorial Picture stories —where?
What’s in a picture story?
Late contributor
Decade at Eastman House
"Wonders" winner on the way
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John Durniak
Where are the picture stories? Where are the photographers who once spent six months on one assignment, searching for the moments that said so much without the aid of words? Where are the magazines that pioneered, that made the picture story a secret look into worlds we could see in no other way?
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Next month
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How to solve the three most common problems in photography 1. Lighting— What you should know about quality, contrast, direction, control, sources 2. Posing— Portraits, groups, children, figures 3. Composition— Rules to follow.. . and when to break them.
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0043.xml
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Titten OPTICAL CO.: FILTERS
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Titten OPTICAL CO.
FILTERS
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0044.xml
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The School of Modern Photography
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The School of Modern Photography
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0045.xml
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Ziff-Davis Publishing Company
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Ziff-Davis Publishing Company
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0046.xml
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Leica
50mm Summicron f/2
Leica
90mm Summicron f/2
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NEW DIRECTION FOR YOU
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THE PICTURE STORY
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BYRON DOBELL
Amatcurs were shooting picture stories long before the day of the “picture magazine.” They just didn’t know it. And even today, most amateurs would react with surprise if this seemingly high and mighty province of the “pro” were shown to be no further away than the picture album on the hall table or the pile of prints in the closet.
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7 TOP PHOTOJOURNALISTS
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
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W. EUGENE SMITH
There is no photograph so simple that it is not difficult for me—and an essay is more difficult by inestimable magnitudes. I use, but do not trust first impressions. The beginning is at the moment of involvement and work has begun without benefit of an escape hatch.
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7 TOP PHOTOJOURNALISTS
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
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ALFRED EISENSTAEDT
The primary rule for shooting a picture story is, there are no rules. Each picture story must be looked on, by the photographer, as an individual thing. Each story must be photographed for itself alone. I rarely go out to shoot a picture story with a plan of action in mind.
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
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LARRY FRIED
The most important thing in a picture story is the subject: not the photographer, not his equipment, hut the subject. With this in mind. I usually start an assignment by finding out as much as possible about the subject: and since most of my assignments are to shoot people.
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
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PETER STACKPOLE
Doing picture stories on an assigned basis requires far more of the photographer than simply an ability to take fine pictures. By the same token, no photographer should advance into the photojournalism field unless he has first had a long experience in taking fine individual photographs.
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
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WAYNE MILLER
I write this I am engaed in Shooting a picture Story in Australia. on Stanley Kramers new film. On the Beach. Perhaps I could discss the picture story in connection with this particular job. I received this assignment in California and two weeks later I was to be in Melbourne.
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7 TOP PHOTOJOURNALISTS
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
ROBERT MOTTAR
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ROBERT MOTTAR
Anebulous air surrounds the picture story to those who haven't shot one which might he likened to the smog surrounding that strange, klieglil California village specializing in movies. This need not he. According to my Webster's. the word “story” is variously defined as being "an account of some incident”; "a report, statement.”
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HOW THEY THINK ABOUT THE PICTURE STORY
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JACQUES LOWE
When we talk about picture story I would like to start off by defining that rather catch-all term a little more precisely. Under this general heading go essays (a sort of spectacular treatment of a defined theme or, sometimes, thought), profiles, a scries of illustrations of either fiction or nonfiction, and then there is the straight picture story, which means narration in pictures with very little text.
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0055.xml
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TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF THE PICTURE STORY
CAMERAS, LENSES, AND SHUTTERS
FILMS AND DEVELOPERS
LIGHTING
METERMANSHIP
COLOR
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RALPH CARROLL
About thirty years ago, a new breed of photographers set out to record their times from bistro to battlefield, armed with two revolutionary new cameras, the 35-mm Leica (introduced in 1924) and the 2¼x2¼ twin-lens Rolleifiex (1928).
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HOW TO SHOW IT
Here are six ways to present your picture stories with a minimum of effort, a maximum of impact
Single-sheet wall display
Display for peg-board
Mounting prints for easel display
Making a book from prints
Wallet-size fold-out pictures
Black-and-white photographs can be copied for slide show
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After you’ve shot a picture story, your work is only half done. The pictures must he selected, arranged, and processed so that they will do the job of telling a story all by themselves. They should not need your hovering over someone’s shoulder saying, “And here’s where we. . .
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ASSIGNMENT
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RAILROAD STATION
Two approaches to the same subject reveal the personal factor in shooting a picture essay
BRIGGS
REYNOLDS
BRIGGS
REYNOLDS
BRIGGS
REYNOLDS
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Behind every picture story and essay, more important than technical skills and shooting scripts and choice of equipment, lies the photographer’s personal point of view, his unique way of seeing, his individual response to the subject or event in front of his lens.
PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0058.xml
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SPECIAL: PICTURE-STORY ISSUE
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10 STORIES AROUND YOU
1 WINDOWS AND WALLS
2 NEED!
3 ANIMAL WOHLD
4 THE GAME
5 HOW SOMETHING IS DONE
6 WHAT SOMEONE IS LIKE
7 MOTHER AND CHILD
8 ILLUSTRATE FICTION
9 PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER
10 THE FUN OF SOMETHING
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JOHN DURNIAK
The picture story and the picture essay are the highest, most interesting forms in photography. Those who practice them with skill have devoted many years to perfecting their techniques in shooting, and in thinking out picture possibilities.
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FOUR-YEAR-OLD WITH A COLD
A Look photographer shoots a touching child's story
LONG AND MEDIUM SHOTS SET MOOD OF ILLNESS
SIMPLE BOX MAKES GOOD PROP . AS DIONIS RECOVERS
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lie simplest situations in everyday life make wonderful picture-story subjects, as Look staffer James Hansen demonstrated clearly when he shot a tender story of a four-year-old with a cold. His subject was vivacious and energetic Dionis Lindsay, the daughter of Look's special departments editor Patricia Coffin.
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EVEN A SINGLE PICTURE CAN BE A PICTURE STORY
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Within the terms of the popular definition, a picture story usually is considered to he a group of pictures; anywhere from two up. However, its quite possible for one photograph to tell so complete a story by itself that it can be considered a pictufe story, as such.
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Slide essay on a place
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deserted house
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ROBERT McCULLOUGH
ever since I read Grapes of Wrath, I had been looking for an old house on which I could do a picture essay. In the back of my mind I always remembered the beautiful passages by Steinbeck on the old house which died after the Joads had left on their trek to the West.
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Slide essay on an event
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horse show
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FARRELL GREHAN
an event may have a distinct beginning, middle, and end, but that doesn’t mean you must always shoot and organize it in strict chronological order. In this set of 35-mm color slides, photojournalist Farrell Grehan gives his personal interpretation of a colorful event, the annual National Horse Show in New York’s Madison Square Garden.
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Slide essay on a theme
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yellow
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JERRY WHITE
traveling aeross the country, recently, photographer Jerry Whit became intrigued by the amount of subject material in which yellow was the dominant color. Any opportunity to shoot a "yellow photo" found him making an exploratory exposure.
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LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR PICTURES
The editors of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY will discuss pictures submitted by readers. We will pay $15 for each black-and-white and $25 for each color picture published. Only color will be returned. Complete technical data must accompany all pictures.
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1 Charles E. Dobos, Central Islip, N.Y. The editors were unanimous that the speed and action of a polio game were effectively captured in this impressionistic picture. All agreed that stronger colors would have helped. But it was taken on a rainy afternoon, accounting for the soft monochrome.
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Kodak
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Kodak
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Advertisements
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Kodak Cine Automatic Turret
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Automatic Movie Camera, f/2.3
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.: Ultrablitz meteor
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
Ultrablitz meteor
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FLASH
SMALLEST FLASHGUNS YET
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GEORGE D. MARGOLIN
The small flash that caused the biggest splash in the MPDFA show was the All Glass AG-1 first announced on December 16, 1958 by General Electric and now also being produced by Sylvania with Westinghouse tooling up for early production. These jelly-bean size flashbulbs gave the flashgun manufacturers a chance to design Liliputian guns, and eight firms took advantage of this opportunity to show prototypes at MPDFA.
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Honeywell: STROBONAR 72-A
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Honeywell
STROBONAR 72-A
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Honeywell
SYNCHRO-MITE
Honeywell
TILT-A-MITE
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104
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Standard Camera Corporation: NEW MEC-16
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Standard Camera Corporation
NEW MEC-16
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PHOTO TIPS
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PHOTO TIPS
Kitchen baster measures solutions
Double-sided adhesive tape mounts prints
Cup hooks keep cords where you need them
Straw helps to bring out print areas
Shades make an instant background
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Graduated kitchen basters are an ideal tool for adding or removing the right amount of a chemical solution without spill. Up to two ounces of solution can be siphoned into the baster at a time by squeezing, then releasing the flexible "head."
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105
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CHALLENGE!
MATCH YOUR SKILL WITH THE PRO ON A NEW ASSIGNMENT: “SATURDAY NIGHT”
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“Saturday Night” is the theme of the current CHALLENGE!, which gives POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY readers an opportunity to match wits with a professional photographer on a theme with infinite possibilities. The pro for this 13th CHALLENGE!
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105
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
PRAKTICA FX3
STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
PRAKTINA FX
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106
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Colorfax laboraies · inc
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Colorfax laboraies · inc
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Kalimar
KALIMAR P-A-L
Kalimar
KALIMAR DE LUXE
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NEGA FILE: NEGA-TUBES
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NEGA FILE
NEGA-TUBES
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110
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VOSS PHOTO
MULTIPLE AUTOMATIC REEL LOADER
VOSS PHOTO
48" high TRULY PROFESSIONAL PROJECTION STAND
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111
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HASSELBLAD
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HASSELBLAD
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112,113,118,119
MOVIES
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FILTERS FOR YOUR FILMS
Part I of a guide to the movie-maker's most neglected creative tool
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One of the most important creative techniques of the professional movie-maker and one of the most neglected by amateurs is the use of filters. There are literally hundreds of different kinds of filters available to the movie-maker and recently a top professional movie-maker stated that “Very seldom do you find a professional motionpicture cameraman shooting anything without a filter.”
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113
MOVIES
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CREATING WITH FILM
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CHARLES REYNOLDS
The Course in Motion-Picture Reading which appeared in our February issue has received a gratifying response from our readers. The letters received seem to indicate that there is a real interest among movie-makers in good books on the subject.
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114
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
Rollei
BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
PANORAMA HEAD
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article
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114
MOVIES
WHAT'S NEW
MOVIE CAMERAS FROM ARGUS
MATCH-MATIC M3
CINETRONIC M3
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Argus Cameras has bolstered its year-old entry into the movie field with the announcement of two new 8-mm cameras, the manufacturer’s first. They arc probably the most stylized, sleekest pair we’ve ever seen, a streamlined combination of vinyl-covered die-cast metal and satin chrome.
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115,117,118
MOVIES
WHAT’S NEW
AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE -UP TO 400 ASA
Latest Bauer camera permits filming without f-worries, in color or fast black-and-white
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LEENDERT DRUKKER
The Bauer G is the first 8-mm roll camera to provide the kind of wide-range automatic exposure control that has hitherto been reserved for a few 16-mm models. With the aid of a single mercury battery, its exposure meter can adjust the lens aperture not just for use with color film and a camera speed of 16 fps, but for any emulsion, color or high-speed black-and-white, from about 7 through 400 ASA, and for any one of four camera speeds from 12 to 48 fps.
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115
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SMITH-VICTOR TOTE'EM POLE
so different you'll want to try it yourself ..
SMITH-VICTOR TOTE'EM POLE
SMITH-VICTOR BAR LIGHTS
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116
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WESTON
WESTON MASTER III
WESTON
WESTON DR
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article
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116,117
MOVIES
WHAT’S NEW
UNIQUE PROJECTOR-EDITOR COMBINATION
Keystone's K-110 projector is a complete 8-mm editing bench
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The Keystone Camera Co. has come up with a new conception in the home-movie field: an 8-mm projector with 26 pounds of solid features. For here’s an outfit that dazzles the imagination. No mere projector, it’s also a motorized action viewer, a complete editing bench, a push-button robot that runs, stops, reverses or rewinds at the press of a key.
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BERNDT.BACH,INC.: AURICON
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BERNDT.BACH,INC.
AURICON
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117
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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118
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY: DARKROOM TIMER
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY
DARKROOM TIMER
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118
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SCOPUS/BROCKWAY INC.: SPECTRA
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SCOPUS/BROCKWAY INC.
SPECTRA
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119
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VOIGTLANDER
VITOMATIC
VOIGTLANDER
BESSAMATIC
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SOLAR CINE PRODUCTS,Inc.
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SOLAR CINE PRODUCTS,Inc.
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120
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RAY-VOGUE: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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RAY-VOGUE
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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120,121
35-mm TODAY
Touring the West German photo industry—Part 3
AUTOMATION, OPTICS, FILMS, AND FLOWER-POTS
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BOB SCHWALBERG
All the devotion to precision manufacture and laudably rigorous qualitycontrol previously reported in this series notwithstanding, the most vivid memories of any plant visit to a West German photographic manufacturer are, of course, the flower pots.
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argus v-100
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Rochester Institute of Technology
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Rochester Institute of Technology
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ideax CORPORATION
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ideax CORPORATION
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KINNRD CO.
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KINNRD CO.
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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ILFORD INC.
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ILFORD INC.
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ALFRED GAUTHIER: PRONTOR SHUTTERS
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ALFRED GAUTHIER
PRONTOR SHUTTERS
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RICOH CAMERAS: RICOH Super 44
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RICOH CAMERAS
RICOH Super 44
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AMPHOTO
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AMPHOTO
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
MORSE FILM DRYER
FREESTYLE SALES CO.
ANSCO PRINTON
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WHAT'S NEW
Popular Photography field-tests IMPORTANT NEW PRODUCTS
REVERE EYE-MATIC
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Revere Camera Co.
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Revere Camera Co.
Eye-Matic
$139.50
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The new Revere Eye-Matic 127 camera adds full automation to exposure with flash, tungsten, and daylight. There are no adjustments for the photographer to make after setting the film speed (ASA 10 to 100) or guide number on the proper dial. From that point, all exposure adjustments are performed by the camera.
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WHAT'S NEW
Popular Photography field-tests IMPORTANT NEW PRODUCTS
KINGDON TIMER FOOT SWITCH
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don PKingdom Photo Accessories Co. Inc.
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don PKingdom Photo Accessories Co. Inc.
Kingdon Audible Timer Foot Switch
$34.95.
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An unusual new darkroom accessory, the Kingdon Audible Timer Foot Switch, is a combination timer (clicking off audibly every second) and darkroom control panel. Once the enlarger and safelights are plugged into the appropriate outlets on the unit, all operations are controlled by foot pressure.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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CAMERA EXCH.
Praktica FX-3
CAMERA EXCH.
EXAKTA VX
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134
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MINOX B
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PROJECTION LAMP
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135
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PEERLESS CAMERA STOES
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PEERLESS CAMERA STOES
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136
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EMEL Plume
8mm SAKYO TURRET CAMERA
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BROADWAY CAMERA SHOPS
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BROADWAY CAMERA SHOPS
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EVER-SNAP Color Labs
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EVER-SNAP Color Labs
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WILLOUGHBY'S Certified Coupon Plan
35mm NIKON -S2
WILLOUGHBY'S Certified Coupon Plan
Minicam Speedlite
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140,141
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SPIRATONE INC.
ENLARGING LENSES
SPIRATONE INC.
ENLARGING TIMER
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
Aires-IIIC
CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
Aires-V
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PopularPhotography_19590601_0044_006_0125.xml
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144
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MINIFILM PHOTO CORP.: OLYMPUS 35 SII
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MINIFILM PHOTO CORP.
OLYMPUS 35 SII
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145
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STERLING-HOWARD
EX AKT A VX lia
STERLING-HOWARD
EASTMAN KODAK
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147
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American CAMERA EXCHANGE
RETINA III S
American CAMERA EXCHANGE
ASAHI PENTAX K
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JESSE JONES BOX CORP.
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JESSE JONES BOX CORP.
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PANORAM FILM
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PANORAM FILM
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PHOTO SHOPPING CENTER
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152
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
OPAQUE PROJECTOR
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
OPTICAL BENCH
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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THAT’S A GOOD QUESTION
Does fine-grain film give the sharpest pictures?
Whatever has happened to orthochromatic film?
Why test for guide numbers when you can compute them?
Must you shoot a whole roll of 35-mm before developing?
What’s the harm in leaving exposed film in a camera?
Whom should we believe when authorities clash?
What makes speedlight shots come out blue on Kodacolor?
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JACK FINCH. Memphis, Tenn.—I am trying to get sharper pictures, and have switched to fine-grain film and developer. The results are worse. What is wrong? ANSWER: Extreme fine grain and the thing we call sharpness don’t necessarily go together.
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SCOPUS/BR0CKWAY, INC.: OLYMPUS INTER-CHANGEABLE
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SCOPUS/BR0CKWAY, INC.
OLYMPUS INTER-CHANGEABLE
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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