Study No. 2. Portrait by John Garo, Boston, Mass. This picture was made in an operating room 35 x 45 feet; style of light, top and side; size of light 20 x 22. The light was used wide open without diffusing curtains. Lens used, No. 10 Goerz, Series III; focal length, 22 inches; stop used, open diaphragm; exposure given, 2 seconds; plate used, Seeds 27, developed in pyro; printing process, Willis & Clements platinum paper. (See page No. 15.)

Study No. 6. " Woods in Springtime," by W. H. Por-terfield, Buffalo, N. Y. The exposure for this picture was made at 3 P. M. on a clear day. The lens used was a Gundlach; focal length, 6 1/2 inches; stop used, F-8; exposure given, 1/2 second with screen; plate used, Cramer Isochromatic, developed in metol-hydroquinone. Diffused focus was obtained by using the lens full open and having the foreground only reasonably sharp; printing process, gray carbon; finished print was made on Whatman's double weight, extra rough water-color paper, home prepared. The print was brush developed, mounted with black portrait on light chocolate mount. (See Page No. 38.)

Study No. 7. "Autumn," by Wm. Spanton, Akron, O. The picture was made on a hazy day, 2: 30 P. M., in the month of November. The lens used was a Bausch & Lomb Rectilinear; stop, No. 16; exposure given, 1 1/2 seconds; plate used, Standard, developed with metol-hydroquinone. The print was made on platinum paper. (See Page No. 48.)

Study No. 9. "Off Tompkinsville, New York Harbor," by Dr. A. R. Benedict, Montclair, N. J. This picture was made on a cloudy, misty day. A film camera, fitted with Rapid Rectilinear lens. 6 1/2 inch focus, was employed; stop, No. 4; exposure given, 1-25 of a second; negative made on Eastman film, developed in metol-hydro-quinone. The enlargement was made on standard bromide mounted on black card. (See Page No. 68.)

Study No. 10. By Wm. H. Phillips, Liverpool, Ohio. Title, " Yokohama Harbor, Japan." This picture was made with a Folding Pocket Kodak, fitted with a Series III Goerz lens, 5 inch focus. The negative was made on non-curling film and developed with pyro. The print was a Royal Bromide enlargement, 6 x 10 inches, and developed with rodinal, strong solution - one part rodinal and six parts water. (See Page No. 91.)

Study No. 12. By R. E. Weeks, Chicago, Ill. "The Approaching Storm." The picture was made on a bright day with strong clouds; exposure was made at 12 M.; lens used Plastigmat; focal length, 7 1/2 inches; stop, wide open; exposure given, 1-25 of a second; plate used, 5 x 7 Cramer Medium Isochromatic; developed in metol-hydroquinone; printing process, bromide enlargement, printed through bolting cloth. The clouds were printed-in from a cloud negative, and the print was mounted on brown mount with black margin. (See Page No. 125.)

Study No. 13. By Wm. H. Phillips, Liverpool, Ohio, Subject, " In Harbor." This picture was made with a No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak fitted with Series III Goerz lens, 5 inch focus. The negative was made on non-curling film developed with pyro; the print was made on Royal Bromide, enlargement 6 x 10 inches, developed with rodinal strong solution, one part rodinal and six parts water. (See Page No. 139.)

Study No. 15. By R. E. Weeks, Chicago, Ill. Title, " Homeward Bound." This picture was hung at the Royal London and First American Salons. The exposure was made at 9 A. M. on a bright, cold day, 10 degrees below zero. The camera used was an Eastman 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 kodak; stop, wide open; exposure given, instantaneous; negative was made on Eastman film, developed in hydroquinone-metol. Diffused focus was obtained by printing through bolting cloth. Printing process employed: bromide enlarging, 8 x-10, print being on Eastman's Platinoid Bromide, from a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 film; picture mounted on a carbon black mount with black margin. (See Page No. 158.)

Study No. 16. By John Chislett, Indianapolis, Ind. Title, "On the Frozen River." This picture was made on a very cold day at 3 P. M., sun shining faintly; lens used, Goerz, full opening, and an Ideal color screen; exposure given, 1 second; plate used, Cramer Instantaneous Isochro-matic, developed in ortol; print was made on platinum paper and the negative was manipulated on the back to lighten up the water and trees. The highlights are in the negative and are untouched in any way; print is mounted on a simple gray mount with black pencil lines. (See Page No. 239.)

Study No. 17. By E. A. Brush, Minneapolis, Minn. This picture was made in an operating room 21 x 44 ft., with a single slant light 15 x 18 ft., light used wide open with a light controlling screen; lens used, 3 A Dallmeyer; plate used, regular single coated, developed in pyro and printed on Angelo platinum paper. The portrait effects are all obtained in the printing. (See Page No. 240.)

Study No. 20. Portrait by E. A. Brush, Minneapolis, Minn. This picture was made in an operating room 21 x 44 ft. and a single slant light 15x18 ft. The light was used wide open with a light controlling screen; lens used, 3 A Dallmeyer; plate used, regular ordinary plate, developed in pyro and printed on Angelo platinum paper. The port-trait effects were all obtained in the printing. The final print was mounted on very deep brown, showing only 1/4 inch of the mount. (See Page No. 344.)

Study No. 21. By Dr. A. R. Benedict, Montclair, N. J. Title, "A Cloud with a Silver Lining." The exposure was made at 4: 30 P. M. on a very clear day, with at times a dark cloud. The lens used was a Rapid Rectilinear; focal length, 6 1/2 inches; stop U. S. 8; exposure given, 1-25 second. The negative was made on Eastman film developed with metol-hydroquinone, no after manipulation. Printing process was an enlargement on Standard bromide. "As a help to others, I want to say that this picture was not faked in any way, but was taken just as you see it. I waited until the sun had passed under the fleecy edge of the cloud, as then the densest light would be subdued and would give a more pleasing moonlight effect. This picture was mounted on white cardboard, backed by oil tissue on a chocolate mount." (See Page No. 362.)