The New Photo-miniature, Volume 3, Part 1, Issues 25-30 (Google eBook)

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Tennant and Ward, 1901 - Photography
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Page 42 - ... torch and then an emerald. Far up into the recesses of the valley, the green vistas arched like the hollows of mighty waves of some crystalline sea, with the arbutus flowers dashed along their flanks for foam, and silver flakes of orange spray tossed into the air around them, breaking over the grey walls of rock into a thousand separate stars, fading and kindling alternately as the weak wind lifted and let them fall.
Page 42 - ... sheet-lightning opens in a cloud at sunset; the motionless masses of dark rock dark though flushed with scarlet lichen, casting their quiet shadows across its restless radiance, the fountain underneath them filling its marble hollow with blue mist and fitful sound ; and over all, the multitudinous bars of amber and rose, the sacred clouds that have no darkness, and only exist to illumine, were seen in fathomless intervals between the solemn and orbed repose of the stone pines, passing to...
Page 40 - It had been wild weather when I left Rome, and all across the Campagna the clouds were sweeping in sulphurous blue, with a clap of thunder or two, and breaking gleams of sun along the Claudian aqueduct, lighting up the mfinity of its arches like the bridge of Chaos.
Page 40 - Far up into the recesses of the valley, the green vistas arched like the hollows of mighty waves of some crystalline sea, with the arbutus flowers dashed along their flanks for foam, and silver flakes of orange spray tossed into the air around them, breaking over the grey walls of rock into a thousand separate stars, fading and kindling alternately as the weak wind lifted and let them fall.
Page 40 - I cannot call it color, it was conflagration. Purple, and crimson, and scarlet, like the curtains of God's tabernacle, the rejoicing trees sank into the valley in showers of light, every separate leaf quivering with buoyant and burning life; each, as it turned to reflect or to transmit the sunbeam, first a torch and then an emerald.
Page 91 - THERE ARE NOW IN USE OVER 234,000 LENSES Manufactured by the Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. This enormous number represents only Bausch & Lomb-Zeiss Anastigmat, Rapid Universal, Alvan G. Clark, Rapid Rectilinear, Portrait, and Wide Angle Lenses, and does not include the millions of simpler photographic lenses produced. The popular verdict as expressed by actual purchase and use is that our Lenses are practically WITHOUT A RIVAL. OUR PRODUCTS ARE OBTAINABLE FROM ALL DEALERS.
Page 40 - ... and half dew. The noonday sun came slanting down the rocky slopes of La Riccia, and their masses of entangled and tall foliage, whose autumnal tints were mixed with the wet verdure of a thousand evergreens, were penetrated with it as with rain.
Page 40 - Riccia, and its masses of entangled and tall foliage, whose autumnal tints were mixed with the wet verdure of a thousand evergreens, were penetrated with it as with rain. I cannot call it colour, it was conflagration. Purple, and crimson, and scarlet, like the curtains of God's tabernacle, the rejoicing trees sank into the valley in showers of light, every separate leaf quivering with buoyant and burning life ; each, as it turned to reflect or to transmit the sun-beam, first a torch...
Page 184 - Monthly, as its name implies, will be 234,000 LENSES manufactured by the Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. This enormous number represents only Bausch & Lomb-Zeiss Anastigmat, Rapid Universal, Alvan G. Clark, Rapid Rectilinear, Portrait, and Wide Angle Lenses, and does not include the millions of simpler photographic lenses produced. THE POPULAR VERDICT, as expressed by actual purchase and use, is that our lenses are practically WITHOUT A RIVAL. OUR PRODUCTS ARE OBTAINABLE FROM ALL DEALERS CATALOGUE FREE...
Page 144 - The print to he toned should be developed, fixed and washed in the usual way, but care should be taken that the final washing is thorough. On placing the print in the toning solution a gradual change in color takes place, first to black, then warm brown, purple, and finally deep red. During these changes a slight diminution in density takes place, but unless the final red tones are desired it does not appear necessary to make the original prints of special density. When the proper tone has been obtained...

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