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Behind the Veil in Bird-land Some Nature Secrets revealed by Pen and Camera

Nature volume 81, page 67 (15 July 1909) | Download Citation

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SINCE the Keartons, some years ago, showed what splendid results could be achieved by an intelligent use of the camera as an aid to the study of natural history, a host of nature-photographers has arisen, but only a very few have attained the high standard of merit set by the founders of this branch of photography. Mr. R. B. Lodge and Miss E. L. Turner in this country, Schillings in Germany, and H. K. Job in America have in some respects even surpassed the Keartons; while in this display of resource and dogged persistence in the most trying circumstances they stand unrivalled.

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