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The Photography of Moving Objects and Hana-Camera Work for Advanced Workers

Nature volume 85, page 102 (24 November 1910) | Download Citation



MR. ABRAHAMS has been known during the past few years as a very successful photographer of moving objects, especially those in rapid motion, and in this volume he describes his methods freely and fully. He illustrates his experiences with more than forty pictures, which are well reproduced, and these, if nothing else were known of Mr. Abraham's work, would demonstrate his right to speak with authority. After chapters on apparatus, exposure, development, and so on, he deals with the photography of railway trains, athletics, rowing, football, cricket, lawn tennis, horses, divers and swimmers, golf, common objects, winter sports, special subjects, and press photography, giving apparently all the practical details that can be given in a book.

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