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Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Original publisher's beige and lavender wrapper with an illustration of a camera with a dark cloth and cable release on the front cover. 7" x 10 1/2." Forty-eight pages (Pages 53-100), complete. Many black and white illustrations throughout magazine, complete. Several pages of advertisements relating to photography in front and back. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Camera Craft was a monthly magazine edited by Fayette J. Clute and was first published in 1900 and ran until 1942 when it merged with American Photography magazine. Camera Craft covers a wide range of topics, such as camera equipment and photographic processes, proper photography techniques, and other photographic advice. The following are some of the articles and features in this issue: "The Work of Jesse T. Banfield" by E. B. Auerbach, "A Perfect Negative with Proper Exposure" by F. Morris Steadman, "Plain Versus Color-Sensitive Plates" by R. James Wallace, "How to Keep Your Magazines" by C. R. Lowe, "My Work Room" by F. Belmont Odell, "The Advantage of a Combination Camera" by George P. Morgan, "The Amateur and His Troubles" and "Our Book Shelves."
Title: Camera Craft: A Photographic Monthly. Vol. XX, No. 2, February 1913.
Location Published: San Francisco, CA, Fayette J. Clute: 1913
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Categories: Art and Architecture, Science and Technology, Sports and Hobbies
Seller ID: 020001
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