Bulletin of Photography: The Weekly Magazine for the Professional Photographer, Volume 16; Volumes 387-412

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F.V. Chambers, 1915 - Photography
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Contents

Hydrophobia Photography to Aid in Delecting
1
Lost Chord The
10
Advertisement The First Duty of an
13
Portrait Subject Things to Notice Particularly in the
16
Advertising a Photographic Business Success in 364
32
Bromides Purple and Brown Tones on
46
Photographing Polished Objects
50
Boric Acid as a Restrainer
54
Prints Lightening Dark
398
Portraits Modern 400 486 527 581 623 652
404
Papers The Durability of HighGrade
410
Paintings Light and Dark Ground in
419
Child Life in Pictures
425
Photography MoneyMaking Ideas Closely Allied to
430
Proofs About
459
Color Processes Notes on the Autochrome and Paget
467

Photography Sincerity in
67
Put Yourself in His Place
74
Portrait Relief
82
Professional Photographers Society of New York 89 294
89
Cramer Memorial Fund The Gustav 79 378 634
90
PhotographyWith a Special Object in View
102
Cincinnati Photographers Association 117 197 378 692
117
Portraiture Study not Limited to the Studio
131
Copper Photographic Process A New
133
Photographic Style
140
Criticism A Rational Basis for
163
Profession Business or Trade
164
Photo Sensitive Areas For Lighting
172
Carbonate of Soda History of
175
PhotoEngraving Interesting Facts About
179
Color Prints by Toning
182
Photographing Museum Wonders
201
Photograms of the Year 1914
218
Chemistry Photo
228
Picture Must Appeal to Public Taste A
236
Chemical FogAn Insidious Foe
239
Photography Truth in
246
Camera as a Detective The
248
Photographers Hobbies
273
Photographers Association of Iowa 280 624
280
Photography No Royal Road to
292
Copying Work Some Advice on the Subject of
300
Photographic Mail Order Business Profitable Lines of
302
Camera Mother and Child Competition The 326
367
Photography Money in 312
376
Camera Height of
378
Picture Genesis of the
387
Photographic Business What to do With a
392
Phosphorous New Modifications of
474
Picture Values in the
483
Child Pictures and the Ancients
488
Photographic Tones and Planes
494
Coating Quickly from Old Plates and Films To Remove
500
Picture and an Impression A
516
Color of the Print The
526
Color and Monochrome 557
535
Passport Rules Boon to Photographers New
540
Curious He was Merely 582
612
Customer When it Pavs to Lose a
619
PhotoCraftsmen
643
Credit
645
Photographs on Marble
653
Prints Made from Wet Negatives
668
Printing Under Yellow Screen
676
Photographers Association of New England
683
Camera rs Typewriter
688
Police Clerk Injured Photographing Suspect
689
Photographic CoEfficient The
707
Commercial Photography and Illustrated Work as a Mail
709
Photographers in Fight Rival
732
Photographic Studio How to Make a Hit in a
740
Photographers Association of Canada
750
Photographer Killed in Flashlight Powder Explosion
756
Pittsburgh SectionP P S of Pa
762
Prints on Plain Paper Vigorous
772
Photography the Latest Aid in Reproducing Sculpture
787
Photomicrography Detection of Forgeries by
794
Portraits Vignetted
803
Portraiture Home
814
UltraViolet Light 260
822

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