Pictorial Photography in America 1921
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Pictorial Photography in America 1921

By Pictorial Photographers of America
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  • PAINTING WITH LIGHT
  • THE YEAR'S PROGRESS
  • An Interview with Henry Hoyt Moore
    • American Photographers Set the Pace
    • The Soft Focus Lens
    • No One Lens Is Sufficient
    • Softness Desirable, Not Fuzziness
    • Professional Photography Influenced by that of the Pictorialist
    • The Popular Mediums
    • Color Photography
    • The “Secret” Is the Artist
    • Hand Work vs. Straight Prints
    • Commercial Possibilities for Pictorial Work
    • Airplane Photography
    • Elaborate Apparatus Not Always Necessary
    • How Mr. White Judges a Photograph
    • Motion Pictures and the Soft Focus Lens
    • Is Photography to Remain a Black and White Art?
  • HOW WE MAKE OUR PHOTOGRAPHS
  • Methods of Several Representative Workers in Pictorial Photography Are Given Below. Their Pictures May Be Found on the Pages Indicated
    • Dr. Chaffee Tells How He Makes Bromoils—With Reservations
    • Evaded the Statute, but Made a Picture
    • A Few Beliefs of a Negative Tendency
    • Photographing on a Rainy Day
    • How a “Rembrandt” Was Made
    • He Thought She Was Crazy
    • The Last of the Square Riggers
    • As to Certain Soft Focus Lenses
    • Mr. Latimer Expresses His Views Somewhat at Length
    • Night Pictures in the Streets
    • How to “Work Up” a Negative
    • An Experience with a Railway Detective
    • From a “Bathroom” Expert
    • Mr. White's Method with Children
    • Dragging a View Camera Through the Sands
  • The PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS of AMERICA
  • Credits
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