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How to Photograph with Roll and Cut Films

Nature volume 71, page 460 (16 March 1905) | Download Citation



THE ever increasing number of photographers and more especially amateurs, who work with either roll or cut films, will find in these pages all the necessary information for the production of pictures. The author does not pretend to have written a treatise on the whole art and science of photography, but he has given a straightforward account of the various operations that have to be completed to ensure good results. The treatment is well suited for amateurs, and the numerous well reproduced illustrations serve admirably to render many points clear.

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