Camera Craft: A Photographic Monthly. Vol. XXI, No. 11, November 1914.

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Original publisher's orange-pink wrapper with a purple and yellow illustration of a camera with a dark cloth and cable release on the front cover. 7" x 10 1/2." Forty-five pages (Pages 523-567), 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. Binding is loose and cover is detached from the rest of the pamphlet. 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: "Retouching Not Difficult" by Corydon G. Snyder, "A Method of Bird Portraiture" by J. W. Elarton, "A Reply to Mr. Oglivie" by Edward R. Trabold, "Historical Photography" by C. B. Turrill, "Some Post Card Notices" by Frank Shirley, "Exposure and Interpretation" by Raymond A. Cogswell, "A Proposed Injustice" by Sigismund Blumann [Blumann makes an argument against a proposed law that would require photographers to obtain a license], "The Amateur and His Troubles," and "Our Book Shelves."