Study No. 9. Title, "The Bridge," by J. H. Field, Berlin, Wis. The exposure was made at 6 a. m., on a misty day. The lens used was a rapid rectilinear 5 x 7, of an 8 inch focal length; stop used, wide open; the exposure given was 1 second, and the plate used was a medium Isochromatic, developed in pyro-acetone, tank development. The printing process was Willis & Clements Platinum, black and white, and mounted on a combination mount of steel gray, followed by Scotch gray. (See Page 91.)

Study No. 17. Title, "The Man on the Box," by Dr. A. R. Benedict, Montclair, N. J. This picture was made on a rainy day, at 2 p. m. The lens used was a rapid rectilinear; focal length, 6 1/2 inches; stop used, U. S. No. 8; exposure given, 1/2 second. Negative was made on an Eastman film; developed with metol-hydroquinon, with no after manipulation. The printing process was an enlargement on Standard Bromide. A tripod was used in making the exposure, and the exposure of the film was as nearly perfect as possible. (See Page 146.)

Study No. 43. Title, "A Dull October Day," by John Chislett, Indianapolis, Ind. Print was made at 4:30 p. m., with a Smith lens, very slightly stopped down. The plate used was a Cramer Instantaneous Isochromatic; exposure given was 2 seconds; developer, ortol. There was no altering of the negative, or manipulation after development. Print was made on platinum paper, with the foreground darkened in the printing, and a sky printed in from a separate negative. The print was mounted on a steel gray mount. (See Page 284.)

Study No. 21. Title, "Departing Day," by Geo. H. Scheer, M. D., Sheboygan, Wis. This picture was made on a bright day, with the sky streaked with black clouds. The picture was made at sunset in the month of July. The lens used was a rapid rectilinear, worked with an open stop; plate used was an Orthonon; exposure given 2 to 3 seconds, with a B. & J. Ideal ray filter. The plate was developed by tank development, and 25 minute pyro formula used. The print submitted is an enlargement, and was made from an altered negative and enlarged on Platinoid Bromide, shaded during exposure to give the sky portion all the way from two to four times more exposure than the foreground, the top portion, of course, receiving the longest exposure. The print was redeveloped with sodium sulphide. (See Page 198.)

Study No. 15. Title, "The Edge of the Cliff," by Myra A. Wiggins, Toppenish, Wash. This picture was hung in the Paris Salon of 1904, and has received other important prizes: the grand prize of $100, by the Youth's Companion Publishing Company, of Boston, and the first prize of $150 in the Bauseh & Lomb contest for genre subjects. The weather was quite cloudy, and exposure was made late in the afternoon. The lens used was a Bauseh & Lomb, with an open diaphragm. For exposure a cap was used, and made as quickly as the lens could be covered and uncovered. The plate used was a Cramer Medium Isochromatic; developer used was pyro, and the plate was controlled entirely in the developing, with no after manipulation. The print was made on a sepia platinum parchment. (See Page 140.)

Study No. 10. Title "August Showers," by Dr. A. R. Benedict, Montclair, N. J. This picture was made at 4 p. m., on a day when it was raining "cats and dogs." The lens used was a rapid rectilinear; focal length, 6 1/2 inches; stop used, U. S. No. 4; exposure given, 1-25 of a second. Negative was made on an Eastman film, developed with metol-hydroquinon. Printing process, enlargement on Standard Bromide from a 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 film. (See Page 111.)

Study No. 48. Title, "The Meadow Road," by J. R. Peterson, Portland, Ore. This picture was accepted and hung at the Third American Salon. The exposure was made at 6 a. m. in the month of August, on a bright, clear day. The lens used was a Plastigmat; focal length, 9 inches; stop used, U. S. No. 8; exposure given, 1/2 second. The plate used was a 5 x 7 Orthonon, developed with rodinal. Printing process, Eastman sepia paper. The negative was enlarged to 8 x 10; the clouds were worked in in the printing from a new negative. The picture was mounted on a combination mount - first section black border, followed with an ash gray mount. (See Page 306.)

Study No. 36. Title, "Hillside Path," by Wm. T. Knox, New York, N. Y. The exposure was made at 11 a. m., on a bright day. The lens used was a Zeiss; focal length, 12 3/4 inches; stop used, No. 4; exposure given was 1 second; the plate used was a Cramer Isochromatic, developed in pyro; diffusion was obtained in exposure. Printing process, platinum; mounted on a combination mount - first section Scotch gray; second section carbon black, with the final support of dark gray. (See Page 258.)

Study No. 11. Title, "Fast Falls the Eventide," by Geo. H. Paine, Providence, R. I. The weather was quite clear with a few clouds near the horizon. The picture was made late in the afternoon, in the month of October. The lens used was a rapid rectilinear; focal length, 13 1/2 inches; stop used, U. S. No. 8; exposure given, 1/4 second; plate used, Seed 27; developer, pyro. Printing process, Nepera Velox paper. The clouds in the picture were all in the negative, but were strengthened from the back of the negative, as were also the highlights over the trees. (See Page 112.)

Study No. 18. Title, "Snow Scene," by W. A. Wilson, Nampa, Idaho. The weather was cloudy; the exposure was made at 11 a. m.; the camera used was an Eastman Folding Pocket No. 4; negative was made on an N. C. film. Printing process, Aristo Platino. (See Page 189.)

Study No. 19. Title," Street Scene - Winter," by John S. Neary, Trenton, N. J. This picture was taken at 1 p. m.; camera used was an Eastman Pocket Kodak, size 2 1/2 x 4 1/4; weather conditions, snowing very hard. Film was developed with pyro, and enlargement made on Bromide paper; mounted on carbon black mount. (See Page 190.)

Study No. 20. Title, "The Dreary Road," by C. F. Clark, Springfield, Mass. This picture was made at 3:30 p. m., in the month of January, light very bright. The lens used was a Goerz, 9 inch focal length; stop used, U. S. 4; exposure given, 3 seconds, with a very deep screen; plate used, Orthonon; developer, ortol. The development was made without alteration, intensifying or reducing. The print was made on Platinum paper, and mounted on carbon black. (See Page 197.)

Study No. 22. Title, "The Wave," by J. R. Peterson, Portland, Ore. This picture was accepted and hung at the Third American Salon. Weather conditions, a clearing storm, with dull light; exposure was made at 10 a. m., in the month of May; the lens used was the rear combination of a Plastigmat; focal length, 18 inches; stop used, 5 x 7 open; exposure given, 1-25 of a second; plate used, 5 x 7 Orthonon; developer, rodinal; printing process, carbon. This negative was worked on by making positives and negatives, to increase contrast and to print in the sky, and afterwards the picture was enlarged to 8 x 10. Picture is mounted on carbon black mount. (See Page 205.)

Study No. 23. Title "All Aboard," by Wm. T. Knox. New York, N. Y. Exposure was made in the forenoon of a bright day, with light clouds. The lens used was a rapid rectilinear, fitted to a Premo film pack camera; negative was made on film, and developed in pyro. The diffusion was obtained in the enlargement. Print was mounted on gray card. (See Page 206.)

Study No. 24. Title, "Oyster Boat," taken in New York Harbor, from ferryboat, by Dr. A. R. Benedict, Mont-clair, N. J. This picture was made at 4:30 p. m., on a clear day, with light clouds; the lens used was a rapid rectilinear; focal length, 6 1/2 inches; stop used, U. S. 4. Negative was made on an Eastman film, developed with metol, with no after manipulation; printing process, bromide enlargement (used Standard Bromide). The print was enlarged with a white margin, mounted on black card. (See Page 209.)

Study No. 27. Title, "Boats Near Venice," by Wm. H. Phillips, Liverpool, Ohio. The camera used in making this exposure was a No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak, fitted with a Goerz lens, Series 3, of a 5 inch focus. The negative was made on non-curling film, developed with pyro-soda. The print was enlarged from the film on Rough Royal Bromide 8 x 12 inches, developed with rodinal strong solution, one part rodinal, 6 parts water. (See Page 214.)

Study No. 29. Title, "Blossoms" (Cherokee roses), by Mrs. M. S. Gaines, Mobile, Ala. The exposure was made at home, at 9 a. m.; the lens used was a Plastigmat; stop used, F. 32; exposure given, 2 seconds; plate used, Hammer; developed in metol. Printing process, gum bichromate, on rough surface paper. Mount, cream with a line. (See Page 241.)

Study No. 32. Title, "Chrysanthemums," by Dr. A. R. Benedict, Montclair, N. J. Exposure was made in the home, at noon of a clear day, with a rapid rectilinear lens; focal length, 6 1/2 inches; stop used, U. S. 16; exposure given, 1/2 minute. Negative was made on an Eastman film, developed with metol. Printing process, direct print on Platinum paper. This picture was taken indoors, near a window, with a 3-A Folding Pocket kodak, with portrait attachment. Picture was mounted on salmon color mount. (See Page 248.)

Study No. 33. Title, "Water Lilies," by Mrs. M. S. Gaines, Mobile, Ala. Exposure was made at 8 a. m., on a fair day; lens used, Plastigmat; stop used, F. 16; exposure given, 1 minute; plate used was a Hammer Regular, developed with rodinal - no alteration of the plate after development. The diffused effect was obtained in the printing. The printing process was gum bichromate on very rough paper. The picture was mounted on a combination mount, first section, ordinary strawboard paper; second section, a delicate green tint cardboard. This picture was reproduced exactly as seen where the flowers grew in a deeply shaded pool. The wind swaying the over-hanging branches permitted the sunshine to strike one flower only, leaving the others in shadow. (See Page 251.)

Study No. 46. Title, "Needle-hole Landscape," by G. H. Paine, Providence, R. I. This picture was made at 1 p. m., on a clear day; lens used was a home made needle-hole No. 10 in brass plate; focal length, 10 inches; exposure given, 7 minutes; plate used, Seed 27 Gilt Edge; developed in pyro. The negative was slightly locally reduced in one or two places with cotton and alcohol. Printing process, Nepera black. (See Page 295.)

Study No. 47. Title, "October Day," (pin-hole picture), by C. F. Clarke, Springfield, Mass. This picture was taken at 10 a. m., on a bright day, in the month of October; lens used was a McCorkle pin-hole attachment; focal length, 6 inch bellows; stop used, No. 10 needle hole; exposure given, 2 minutes; plate used, Orthonon; developed in ortol, with no after manipulation. (See Page 296.) III - 24