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By W. I. LINCOLN ADAMS, Editor of The Photographic Times.

HIS BEST WORK ON PHOTOGRAPHY

Landscape and Figures
Following are

Figures and Landscapes
some of the
Chapters on

Genre
Pictorial Telling a Story
Photography Models

The Nude in Photography
Portraiture at Home
Children
Photographing Flowers
Interiors

Over One bundred handsome Illustrations

By the leading photographers of this country and Europe. Large 8vo. Cloth. Decorated.

Full gilt.

In a box. Price, $2.50
Sent Postpaid, on Receipt of Price, by
THE PHOTOGRAPHIC TIMES PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION

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Sunlight and Shadow

A BOOK FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS : AMATEUR & PROFESSIONAL

By W. I. LINCOLN ADAMS Editor of The Photographic Times." Author of "Amateur Photography." "In Nature's Image," Etc., Etc.

With More than 100 Beautiful Photo-Engravings, Many of Them Full- Page Pictures

It contains Chapters and Illustrations by such well-known photographic writers and workers as H. P. ROBINSON ALFRED STIEGLITZ

A. HORSLEY HINTON R. EICKEMEYER, Jr. W. B. POST

J. WELLS CHAMPNEY
B. J. FALK
ALEXANDER BLACK

W. A. FRASER
HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF SERMONETA and the MARQUIS DE ALFARRAS

It covers the field fully, as shown by the following CONTENTS
The Choice of Subject Out-Door Portraits and Marines
Landscape Without Figures

Groups

Photography at Night Landscape With Figures The Hand Camera

Lighting in Portraiture Foregrounds

Instantaneous Photography Photographing Children
The Sky
Winter Photography

Art in Grouping
Printed on heavy wood-cut aper, with liberal margins and gilt edges.
Beautifully and substantially bound in art

with gilt design.
PRICE, IN A BOX, $2.50. Sent Post-paid, on Receipt of Price, by

canvas,

The Photographic Times Publishing Association

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A rapid developer of excellent keeping qualities.

Recommended to those susceptible to poisoning by other coal-tar developers.

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The Photographic Times

An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Interests of Pictorial and Scientific Photography. Edited by W. I. LINCOLN ADAMS.

CLARENCE L. USHER, Associate Editor.

Volume XLII

JULY, 1910

No. 7

CONTENTS

COUNTRY ROAD IN INDIANA. Cover Design..

Rollin Blackman Ruins IN COMPEIGNE, FRANCE. Frontispiece.

Victor Prevost THE CAMERA IN THE GARDEN, Illustrated.

Wm. S. Rice 249 LIGHTNING PHOTOGRAPHY. Illustrated..

D. J. McCarthy 253 PHOTOGRAPHIC JOTTINGS.

Rev. F. C. Lambert, M.A., F.R.P.S. 258 STUDY. Illustration

E. Holden 259 EARLIEST STUDIOS OF MANHATTAN AND 60 YEARS AFTER. Illustration.

262 A GLIMPSE OF OLD DAGUERREOTYPE DAYS IN MANHATTAN.

.L. Lodian 263 EARLY ACHIEVEMENT IN PHOTOGRAPHY

264 RUINS OF CASTLE PIERREFONDS, FRANCE. Illustration.

Victor Prevost 265 LAMPLIGHT EFFECTS OBTAINED BY DAYLIGHT ONLY. Illustrated. H. Essenhigh Corke, F.R.P.S.

266 PHOTOGRAPHING IN OLD ENGLAND.

269 Loch KATRINE AND BEN VENUE. Illustration.

270 LYNMOUTH.. Illustration

271 MELROSE ABBEY. Illustration

272 LONDON Cabs. Illustration

273 EDITORIAL NOTES

274 GRASSY CREEK. Illustration.

Otto Fullgraff 275 MONTHLY FOREIGN Digest..

Translated by Henry F. Raess 277 From BERNE TO INTERLAKEN, SWITZERLAND. Illustration... .A. F. France 278 DISCOVERIES

279 ITEMS OF INTEREST

280 PORTRAIT

E. Holden 282 AMONG THE CAMERA CLUBS

283 OLD CLOCK, BERNE. Illustration.

A. F. France 284 VENICE. Illustration

284 TRADE NOTES

285

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