Issue: 19610201

Wednesday, February 1, 1961
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Friday, December 26, 2014

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NIKON INCORPORATED
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY: Beseler Topcon
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY
Beseler Topcon
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LETTERS
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LETTERS to the editor
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In Defense of “Old-Timers” I feel that Mr. Downes’ editorial. “Pity the Old-Timers, in the October issue expresses a very limited viewpoint. Is there any reason why photography shouhd not be a creative art in the sense of producing pictures that have an esthetic appeal as well as interpreting the action of today?
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Simmon Brothers, Inc.
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Simmon Brothers, Inc.
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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COLOR CLINIC
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TAKE YOUR CAMERA TO THE MOVIES
Use slow shutter
Steady the camera
Daylight temperature
Capturing a rainbow
Reciprocity failure
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DAVID B. EISENDRATH
It is interesting to notice how fads come and go. Several years ago when I first started writing in these columns, there was a good deal of interest in shooting color pictures of the motion picture screen. Then, for five or six years, not one inquiry on this subject fell upon my desk.
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DURST (USA) INC.
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DURST (USA) INC.
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
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REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
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GRAFLEX
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GRAFLEX
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ON THE GO
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PARIS IS NIGHT-LIGHTED
Eiffel Tower is illuminated
Paris Opera aglow
The sights of Les Halles
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HORACE SUTTON
It's been done a hundred times from a thousand angles, but "the city of light" still has one of the most photogenic faces in Europe. All this came home to me rather forcibly one late fall day when I returned to Paris for the first time in several years.
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Tillen OPTICAL CO.
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Tillen OPTICAL CO.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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TRAVEL NOTES
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TRAVEL NOTES
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LES BARRY
A social function that should give photographers a field day is the annual Bahamas Headdress Ball that takes place in Nassau on Feb. 17. There’s a charity behind the evening of color and conviviality, It's used to raise funds for the Bahamas Humane Society, for the sake of which Nassau residents and visitors don elaborate and imaginative headdress, and compete for prizes, too.
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THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL
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THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL
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glamor
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PUT THE SUN BEHIND HER
Backlighting his favorite
Balance with reflector
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PETER GOWLAND
If you follow the magazines you'll notice the trend toward naturalness. This applies to glamor as well as other types of photography. The “slicks,” or big-circulation magazines, are particularly attuned to the use of natural lighting.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.: MIRANDA 'D'
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
MIRANDA 'D'
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SAY IT WITH YOUR CAMERA
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SAY IT WITH YOUR CAMERA
THE 35-MM ‘DIFFERENCE'
A pictorial elaboration
The “seeing”
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JACOB DESCHIN
I saw things differently and picked the small camera because it did the work for me better than the bigger camera." This is the way Willy Ronis, one of France's top photojournalists, explains his switch to the 35-mm camera after years of devotion to the twin-lens reflex.
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Bushnell
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Bushnell
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BALOMATIC
BALOMATIC 655
BALOMATIC
BALOMATIC 755
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TWIN LENS
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TWIN LENS
MORE ABOUT SQUARENESS
He sees squares
Good for a portrait
On 120 Ektachrome
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FRITZ HENLE
One of the continuing controversies about twin-lens reflexes is the question of the square format. My first column 13 months ago was on that subject, and most of the mail about it since has been in agreement that the square in itself is a perfectly fine format for a great proportion of the pictures we take.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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The School of Modem Photography
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The School of Modem Photography
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10-second pictures
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10-second pictures
GEEEEEEEE WHIZ!
Who could be bored?
How to make a test
Right on the button
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H. M. KINZER
It's all very well for us photographic insiders to be blase and sophisticated about new developments; otherwise we'd be shooting off like skyrockets every month or two. But I think it's a healthy thing for us to cut loose once in a while when something really makes our eyes pop.
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GLO-COLOR LABS
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GLO-COLOR LABS
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
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RAPID PROCESSING
Subjects discussed
Developments in equipment
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LLOYD E. VARDEN
The Rapid Processing Symposium sponsored by the Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers in Washington, D.C., October 14-15, 1960 made it abundantly clear that getting photographic results in a hurry is highly demanded in scientific and engineering fields.
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SCOPUS, INC.
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SCOPUS, INC.
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Easy-Edit
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Easy-Edit
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FOR BEGINNERS ONLY
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FOR BEGINNERS ONLY
LIGHT FROM THE DARKROOM
Photography’s lost generation?
Materials needed
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ARTHUR GOLDSMITH
It was a pleasant dinner with a group of camera club members before a meeting where I was to take part in judging a color-slide competition. We were talking photography, of course, and I asked several of my hosts: “Do you shoot much black-and-white anymore, or mostly color?”
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PROMICROL
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PROMICROL
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IN THE DARKROOM
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IN THE DARKROOM
A PENNY SAVED...
Equipment should last
Buy in bulk
Nonphotographic expenses
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AL FRANCEKEVICH
There’s been a rumor going around that photography is expensive. The rumor is true. Photographic materials and tools are more complex than the supplies needed for most hobbies, and naturally cost more, However, many photographers spend a lot of money unnecessarily.
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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WHAT'S NEW
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MIRANDA AUTOMEX
Follow-pointer SLR with instant diaphragm and mirror
Alliedlinpex
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Alliedlinpex
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$299.95
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If you were to list all of the modern SLR features available today, you'd find that the new Miranda Automex offers most of them. It is a 35-mm single-lens reflex with an instant-return mirror and instant-reopen diaphragm (operating internally rather than by finger pressure as on other Miranda models).
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WHAT'S NEW
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DACORAMATIC 4D
Full automation includes push-button focusing system
The importer is Voss Pholo Corp.
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The importer is Voss Pholo Corp.
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The automatics are indeed getting automatic, with the Daeoramatic 4D being the first to offer push-button automatic focusing as well as exposure "self-determination.” As you can see from its picture, the 4D has not one, but four release buttons and all of them focus and fire the camera.
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WHAT'S NEW
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BAUSCH & LOMB BALOMATIC 655
Slide projector offers high degree of automation for 2x2’s
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
ECCO #121
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
DISPOSABLE APRONS
$20
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
SPEED-PRO TRIPOD
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
SHUTTER BUG STICKERS
$2
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
AGFACOLOR PRINTING
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Bausch & Lomb offers a new 2x2 slide projector called the Balomatic 655 which is attractively styled and with many useful features including a master off-on switch, slide editing focus timer for automatic operation, forward/reverse operation, elevation, dejamming, an illuminated preview screen, and provision for tape-recorder synchronization.
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Superscope, Inc.
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PERUTZ
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PERUTZ
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news & comment
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RANGE FINDER
Old-timers protest
SEMINAR ON PHOTOJOURNALISM
More words than pictures?
Pictures for publication
Young photographers
What’s in the future?
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Bruce Dounes
The art of being misunderstood is developing rapidly in modern society, and I am among the skilled practitioners. I used to pride myself on the clarity of my writing, but I don’t any longer because people seem to be losing the ability to read.
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Next month:
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GUIDE TO SLIDE FILING SNOWMANSLAND REFERENCE SERIES: SPOTTING AND RETOUCHING HOW TO SHOOT TROPICAL FISH THE PRINTING-PAPER CONTROVERSY CAMERAS FORBIDDEN! On sale January 26
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OFFICINE GALILEO 01 MILANO
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OFFICINE GALILEO 01 MILANO
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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Madison Square Station
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Madison Square Station
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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PHOTOGRAPHIC STYLE
What is it? How can it be developed? Who has it? How much is it worth?
4 masters & their styles
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CHARLES REYNOLDS
Style is that quality which sets apart the work of one photographer from all others in the field. It is the stamp of personality which distinguishes the artist from the snapshooter and, in the commercial world, the successful pro from the run of the mill picture-maker.
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HOW IT'S DONE
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Tell a story with Tabletopography
Subjects are unlimited if you utilize your imagination and ingenuity in building tabletop studies
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BORD STEPHENS
The long winter months, when outdoor photography is often at a minimum, are an ideal time to explore the strange and fascinating subject of tabletopography—the art of creating tabletop scenes as subjects for your camera. Unlike the outside world, your chief limits here are your imagination and ingenuity in building these studies which tell a story.
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HOW IT'S DONE
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HOW TO LOSE CONTESTS
10 Ways to genuinely damage your chances of winning by alienating judges and officials
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1 Don't read the rules. This should be your principal guide, and a contestant who can adhere to it, strictly, will have a 99 percent advantage over contestants who fall victim to human curiosity and read the rules, hoping to be able to forget them.
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HOW IT'S DONE
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HIDDEN DARKROOMS
COMPACT ENLARGERS
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BOB BONE
Everyone is living smaller these days including photographers. Midget radios, compact cars, hidden hi-fi's, and subminiature cameras; we find ourselves in the midst of a trend to smallness and neatness. New concepts are everywhere; now, one for the darkroom.
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HOW IT'S DONE
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PRINTS from PRINTS & SLIDES
Y. Ernest Satow shows how second-step negatives can be effective pictures
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As you glance over your contact prints or shuffle through boxes of color slides, you may come across shots that don't quite come off as they are, but still have elements that intrigue you, make you want to experiment and try to create worthwhile pictures out of them.
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TRAVEL
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Help yourself to $1,000,000 BACKGROUNDS
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Would you like to use a million-dollar mansion for a photo studio? Want to shoot color transparencies in a lavish, expensive year-round garden? Or would you enjoy using a 65-year-old estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains for backgrounds to models dressed in “period" clothing?
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57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY REFERENCE SERIES
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INDOOR COLOR TECHNIQUE
INDOOR LIGHT AND COLOR FILMS
FILTERING FOR FILM
FILTERING FOR LIGHT
EXPOSURE
LIGHTING CONTROL
BACKGROUNDS
LARGE COLOR AREAS
WINDOW LIGHT
WINDOW PLUS A REFLECTOR
WINDOW PLUS FLASH
DAYLIGHT PLUS FLOOD
FLASH
DIRECT FLASH
EXTENSION FLASH
BOUNCELIGHT
MULTIPLE FLASH
FLOODLIGHTS
COLOR DISTORTION
LIGHTING EFFECTS
EXISTING LIGHT
DECAMIRED FILTERS FOR COLOR
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Light is the reason why indoor color tools and techniques must vary from those that are used outdoors. Sunlight is far from the quality of tungsten light. Floods demand a special kind of film. Even window light does strange things once it comes into a room.
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INDOOR COLOR
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LIGHTING RATIOS
Positions of lights in relation to subject and each other control lighting ratios
LIGHT SOURCES
HOW EXPOSURE AFFECTS COLOR
HOW LARGE COLOR AREAS CAN AFFECT COLOR
HOW MIXED LIGHT SOURCES AFFECT COLOR
RULES FOR BETTER INDOOR COLOR
HOW LIGHTING RATIOS AFFECT CONTRAST
HOW LIGHT SOURCES CONTROL COLOR
HOW TO EVALUATE THE LIGHT YOU'RE USING
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These diagrams illustrate how lights were set to create the normal and extreme lighting ratios for the color photographs across the top of the next two pages. Editor's note: An unlimited number of variations in color can be achieved from the unlimited number of film/development/lighting combinations.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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Girls Charis
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One of the simplest but most effective props in making pictures of girls is an ordinary piece of furniture—the chair. Give a gal a chair she can sit in, kneel on, or recline on and you’re likely to come up with better pictures than you might get without it.
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COLOR FEATURE
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How I work in color
A designer's eye plus imagination and a willingness to experiment are the keys to this photographer's approach
Duval's imagination makes fullest use of color's range
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FRANCIS Y. DUVAL
My approach to color is a designer’s approach. The color pictures I take are not photographs in a journalistic sense. They do not tell a story but instead show something for only its beauty and its design. When I am attracted by a pattern or an arrangement of colors, I make a picture.
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COLOR FEATURE
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PICTURES
NOTES ON THE PICTURES
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GENERAL INTEREST
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1961 YEARBOOK AWARDS
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY extends its competition to include high schools as well as colleges
CATEGORIES TO BE USED FOR JUDGING:
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The response to last year’s awards for college and university yearbooks has led POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY to expand the competition this year to include high school yearbooks as well. The purpose of the awards is to stimulate and encourage the better use of photography in school publications.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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35 USEFUL BOTTLES AND CANS
A shelf of photo chemicals that can save you time and money while improving your pictures
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1 Spray-on cement for print mounting by John G. Marshall Mfg. Co. 2 Rapid Selenium Toner for cold, brown prints by Kodak. 3 Brushing Lacquer for retouching metal parts on camera by Kodak. 4 Kodak Retouching Fluid acts as base on negatives for pencil marks.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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Let's talk about your pictures
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KIRK WILKINSON
For the first time we are devoting this feature to the work of one amateur photographer. In a future issue we hope to present another amateur portfolio. Our guest critic, Kirk Wilkinson, is art director of one of the best-edited magazines in America.
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Kodak: KODAK MOTORMATIC 35 CAMERA
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KODAK MOTORMATIC 35 CAMERA
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Sole American Importer: DYNAMATIC II
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DYNAMATIC II
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Sole American Importer: BESSAMATIC
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BESSAMATIC
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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MOVIES
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HOW GOOD ARE AMATEURS?
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Leendert Drukker
How well is the American movie-maker doing? To find out, we have just attended the three-day Fifth Annual Convention of the American Chapter of the International Institute of Amateur Cinematographers, Ltd., at Motel 128, Addams, Mass. Its big annual film show presents a wonderful cross-section of the achievements of the more ambitious amateur.
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MOVIES
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A BOOK FOR THE FEW
CREATING WITH FILM
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CHARLES REYNOLDS
In the literature of movie-making there have always been many more books on the mechanics of how to make a movie than on the more fundamental consideration of what kind of movie to make. The good books on the theory and esthetics of film-making can he counted on the fingers of one hand.
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MOVIES
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For movie make-believe— SCALE MODELS
Scale
Perspective
Detail
Lighting
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TEX LOWELL
Do your films lack scope? Many amateurs, without a ship, train, or castle to call their own, are afraid to let their imagination soar. Yet. there is no need to shrink back from a plot that calls for a train wreck, flood, fire, explosion, earthquake, or avalanche.
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MOVIES
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HOW TO CHOOSE A NEW SCREEN
Testing brightness
What’s the difference?
color and tone
Backgrounds
Lenses
Camera angles
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Our films are judged on the screen. Obvious, isn't it? Yet how many of us stop and ask ourselves, “Am I getting the maximum sparkle out of my films?” There are really three functions, no, duties, we can demand from our screen: 1. It must reflect the film’s colors faithfully as projected.
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UNIMARK PRODUCT OF PROGRESS
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UNIMARK PRODUCT OF PROGRESS
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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The KALART CO., Inc.
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The KALART CO., Inc.
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO., INC.
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO., INC.
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS INC.
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS INC.
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MOVIES WHAT’S NEW
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NOW: PROJECTION BY REMOTE CONTROL
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The 8-mm showman is now blessed with the same kind of remote control to which the 35-mm slide fan has grown accustomed. Bell & Howell's latest Dual/Lectric projector has a pull-out cube on a spring-loaded 10-foot cord that permits the moviemaker to run his show seated among his audience.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.: NIKOR
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
NIKOR
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ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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U. S. Color Photo
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U. S. Color Photo
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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LORD FILM LABS
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LORD FILM LABS
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AIR PHOTO
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AIR PHOTO
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EVER-SNAP Color Labs
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EVER-SNAP Color Labs
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STERLING-HOWARD
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STERLING-HOWARD
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SPIRATONE
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SPIRATONE
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SEYMOUR’S
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WALL ST. CAMERA EXCHANGE
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WALL ST. CAMERA EXCHANGE
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MINIFILM PHOTO CORP.
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MINIFILM PHOTO CORP.
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CAMERA MAILORDER CORPORATION
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CAMERA MAILORDER CORPORATION
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KOLOR-BRITE
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KOLOR-BRITE
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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JESSE JONES BOX CORP.
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JESSE JONES BOX CORP.
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PHOTO SHOPPING CENTER
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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That's good QUESTION
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That's good QUESTION
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How is exposure balanced for indoor-outdoor views? How could this picture have been made? It shows a distant view of the city at twilight, with lights sparkling and a deep blue sky, while a broad window in the foreground reveals the brightly lighted interior of a home.
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Canon
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Canon
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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