Popular Photography, vol. 59, nº 2, august 1966.

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Popular Photography, vol. 59, nº 2, august 1966.
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Popular Photography PB00756
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Consulta local com agendamento
Ziff-Davis Publishing Company
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Chicago - Illinois - Estados Unidos da América
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- 168
Volume : Número do Volume :
- 2
Dimensões (alt. x larg.):
28 cm x 22 cm
fotografia; equipamento fotográfico
The photography today - The Hattersley Class: seeing the family.
The photography today - The Hattersley Class: Reflexions - Pictures from students.
The photography today - The IFFY World of Films - Can you treat´em rough and make´em like it? / by Norman Rothschild.
The photography today - Stopping Popping - ... or keeping your slides in focus / by Norman Rothschild.
The photography today - L. Fritz Gruber: Focus on a statesman in photography / by Charles Reynolds.
The photography today - The arbitrary colors of Fred Burrell : ... they start as black-and-white / by Virginia Garbers.
The photography today - The beautiful image : ... is its own excuse for being.
The photography today - The Too-Thin Negative: how to get the most out of it : ... ways to save sub-total losses / by Bernard Hoffman.
Why should you store your film... and how? - Try the icebox instead of the glove compartment / by David B. Eisendrath, Jr.
The photography today - Publish Film Speed : ... can you, or are you kidding yourself? / by Wallace Hanson.
Equipament and materials : Just Out! Product listings.
Equipament and materials : How to get the most out of plus-X pan : exploiting a favorite middle-film / by Cora Wright Kennedy
Equipament and materials : Two easy ways to close-ups : ... proxivars and fractional diopters for the big picture / by Norman Rothschild.
Equipament and materials : How to get most of Agfachrome : belieable colors, even in available light / by Norman Rothschild.
Equipament and materials : Boy, Oh, Buoys! : ... this doughnut´s no sinker! / by Wallace Hanson.
Equipament and materials : Test reports - Doublogram: Like nothing you´ve seen in enlargers before, page 102; Yashica 24: TLR Takes Both 120, 220, page 104; Tri-X Professional: 120, 220 Film for Retouching.
Movies : Images only your lens can see : simple trickes for way-out effects / by Norman Rothschild.
Movies : Test Reports - Kobena 421 : Versatile Performer, Kobena 321.
Movies : Sh-Sh-Sh-Shark and other Underwater Festival Goodies : The cinema goes underwater (not underground) / by Peter Gowland.
Movies : Film Notes / by Harvey V. Fondiller.
Departments : Letters to the editor : our readers write us...
Departments : Gowland´s L.A. Scene - Cande in a Curtain.
Departments : Latest Report from the Photo World.
Departments : Color Clinic : Heat-Beating Tricks / by David B. Eisendrath, Jr.
Departments : The Guggenheim Grants / By Jacob Deschin.
Departments : Sound of Photographers - Documentation of life / by Tony Schwartz, page 30; Testing 1-2-3... Robert Roving Report, page 30; Inside Track, page 32; Tape Tips, page 32, Just out, page 32.
Departments : Help! - our readers want to know.
Departments : Trave - Super 8 on the back lot / by Les Barry.
Departments : Newsfront special! - This America - Text: LBJ, photos: Heyman.
Departments : Tools & Techniques - Why Meter Readings Vary / by Cora Wright Kennedy.
Departments : Hanson/ Rothschild/ Pierce: Photo Beat - New tools for color TV; Now it´s color holograms; Color prints: better than ever; Low-Cost Sound Prints; Camera Trims Projector Claws, page 56; Sun Automatic Zoom Lens, page 58; Nonsense Department; Automatic Bounce Flash; Stretching the Bellows; Drum Goes Indepentent; Bronica Thought-Lens Meter?; Improved 120 Panatomic-X, page 60; Acutance Revisited, page 62; Small System; Interchangeable Sreens; Lens Tester; New Darkroom flash, page 64
Departments : Aids to better photography.
Departments : Editorial - Days of Unsung heroes / by John Durniak.
Departments : Advertisers´ index.
Departments : I want to buy... - And where can I get it?