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With Some Snap Shots in Scotland and Wales

...by...

W. I. LINCOLN ADAMS

Editor of "The Photographic Times"

Author of "Sunlight and Shadow." "In Nature's Image." etc., etc.

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HE record of a journey in England by a master photographer-a delightful record of the charm of Old England, accompanied by photographs remarkable for their beauty and for the exquisite reproductions here given. Mr. Adams' inland voyages took him from Windsor to Oxford on the Thames, to London and the Cathedral Towns, Shakespeare's Country, the Doones, Clovelly, the Lake Country, Scotland, and Wales. There is also a chapter giving many practical hints and suggestions for photographing abroad.

Price, in a box, $2.50.

For sale by all dealers in photographic goods and sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price by

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OST of those who travel nowadays, whether for a short vacation interval or for a more extended and leisurely tour, take along a camera to make a picture record of the starred points in their Baedeker. Those who are contemplating a tour in England, Wales, and Scotland will find Mr. Adams' "Photographing in Old England," a practically suggestive and delightful picture narrative.

York Minster from the City Wall

Mr. Adams is the Editor of The Photographic Times and the letters comprising this book met with great favor when published in that magazine.

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"In Nature's Image

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

HIS BEST WORK ON PHOTOGRAPHY

Landscape and Figures
Figures and Landscapes
Genre

Telling a Story

Following are
some of the
Chapters on
Pictorial
Photography Models

The Nude in Photography
Portraiture at Home
Children

Photographing Flowers
Interiors

Over One hundred bandsome Illustrations
By the leading photographers of this country and Europe.

Large 8vo. Cloth.

Decorated. Full gilt. In a box.

Sent Postpaid, on Receipt of Price, by

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC TIMES PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION

135 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, NEW YORK CITY.

Price, $2.50

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A NEW EDITION

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
W. B. POST

R. EICKEMEYER, Jr.

B. J. FALK

ALEXANDER BLACK

A. HORSLEY HINTON

J. WELLS CHAMPNEY
W. A. FRASER

HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF SERMONETA and the MARQUIS DE ALFARRAS

Marines

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

The Sky

Photography at Night
Lighting in Portraiture
Photographing Children
Art in Grouping

The Hand Camera

Instantaneous Photography
Winter Photography

Printed on heavy wood-cut paper, with liberal margins and gilt edges.
Beautifully and substantially bound in art canvas, with gilt design.
PRICE, IN A BOX, $2.50. Sent Post-paid, on Receipt of Price, by

The Photographic Times Publishing Association

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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

AUGUST, 1910

CONTENTS

THE LAST HAYCOCK. Cover Design...

AT HOME. Frontispiece

CUSHION TOPS AND PILLOW COVERS BY ENLARGEMENT AND PRINTING, A. J. Jarman 289 A SUGGESTION. Illustration

GETTING UP STEAM. Illustration

MY RECENT PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK IN WASHINGTON.
(With Illustrations by the Author.)

ITEMS OF INTEREST

OLD NURNBERG. Illustration
AMONG THE CAMERA CLUBS

No. 8

PHOTOGRAPHIC REVIEWS

REFLECTIONS. Illustration
TRADE NOTES

Harry D. Williar

Leo Weil

291

Harry D. Williar 293 Dr. R. W. Shufeldt 295

URANIUM

LIONESS COMING TO HER KILL. Illustration.

James Thomson 300 A. Radclyffe Dugmore 301 Rudolph Eickemeyer, Jr. 303

SPRINGTIME.

Illustration

A PAIR OF RHINOCEROSES DISTURBED DURING THEIR SLEEP.. Illustration. A.

Radclyffe Dugmore

HUNTING WILD ANIMALS WITH THE CAMERA.

305 307

FLASHLIGHT PICTURE OF THE KING OF BEASTS. Illustration A. Radclyffe Dugmore 308 FLASHLIGHT PICTURES OF LARGE GROUPS. Illustrated.... Thos. W. Hotchkiss 309 EDITORIAL NOTES 313 R. L. Litch 314

WHERE HORSES DRINK.

Illustration..

OLD HEIDELBERG, GERMANY, SHOWING HEIDELBERG CASTLE. Ill...H. D. Williar 315
MONTHLY FOREIGN DIGEST..
.Translated by H. F. Raess 316
"WHERE THE TALES OF THE HUNT ARE TOLD O'ER AND O'ER." Illustration......
DISCOVERIES

317

318 320

A. F. France 321

323 326

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Entered as second-class matter January 17, 1905, at the Post Office at New York, N.Y.,under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.

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