This section is from the "Studio Light Incorporating The Aristo Eagle - The Artura Bulletin 1913" book, by Aristo Motto. Also see Amazon: Studio Light Incorporating The Aristo Eagle - The Artura Bulletin 1913.
In loading plates into a holder, of course you always go over the surface of the plate with a camel's hair brush to remove any particles of dust. If the brush is tin bound, there is danger of scratching the plate. Stretch a wide rubber band over the tin and the danger is obviated.
Do you ever have trouble in locating the brush and, as a consequence, neglect to dust the plates? If so, fasten a stout cord to the handle of the brush and tie the cord to a nail on the wall or a shelf, where it can readily be found in the dark. An elastic cord is best because it can be shorter.
In Your Results rers of sensitive photo-, we use only the most chemicals.
These same chemicals means favorable treatment of of our manufacture - to t and satisfactory results, he sensitive materials and Kodak Tested Chemicals.
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The Living Picture is our idea of a successful portrait. This means a study of the character and mood of the sitter - as well as of salient features - and the facilities for interpreting them.
Our studio equipment is up-to-date, and the entire studio surroundings are designed to put the sitter at ease, enabling us to catch the living, natural, everyday expression.
If this is your idea of a portrait, you will appreciate our work.
Mustration from the studio the Misses Selby, who for a number of years have been prominent among New York photographers.
It is only reasonable to believe that in many ways a woman is better fitted to produce really artistic pictures of women and children than is a man, for who knows more of her ways than one of her own number, and who is better able to apply this knowledge to the making of photographs?
To be sure, the greater number of our profession are men, but there is probably a greater proportion of women photographers who have gained distinction by reason of the real artistic value of their work, and the Misses Selby are of this.
January 14, 15, 16
January 21, 22, 23
. January 28, 29, 30
... February 4, 5, 6 of:
Philadelphia, Pa........ . February 11, 12, 13
Pittsburg, Pa..........February 18, 19, 20
Buffalo, N. Y..........February 25, 26, 27
Cleveland, O............March 4, 5, 6
From An Artura Iris Print By Charles F. Townsend Des Moines, Iowa.