The Eastman Steel Enameled Developing box for developing Portrait Film in Film Hangers or Plates in Core Racks is a very durable as well as convenient developing box for either the portrait or commercial photographer.

Three things have to be considered in selecting developing equipment; its size, its convenience and its durability. Eastman Steel Enameled Developing Boxes are made of thin steel heavily enameled and will be found light in weight but rigid in construction. They occupy the minimum amount of space, are easy to handle and exceptionally durable. The boxes are made with a rim on which the developing hangers rest and around this is a collar over which the deep cover fits, excluding all light from the inside of the box. This form of construction makes the box very easy to handle when filled with solution as a firm grip may be taken on the rim of the box either at the sides or ends. The projecting rim and collar are of sufficient width and depth to permit the box to be covered when filled with hangers, without disturbing the contents. In addition to the box and the cover, a floating lid is furnished which is also enameled. It is in the form of a tray with a handle in the center and floats on top of the solution. This prevents oxidation, as practically no air reaches the developer when the lid floats on its surface.

Portrait Film Negative, Artura Print By L. J. Buckley Binghamton, N. Y.

Portrait Film Negative, Artura Print By L. J. Buckley Binghamton, N. Y.

The boxes, covers and floating lids are furnished separately at the following prices:

Eastman Steel Enameled Developing Boxes

No. 2 - For eight 5x7 Film Developing Hangers........ $6.25

No. 2A- For twenty 5x7 Film Developing Hangers ...... 7.25

No. 3 - For twenty 5 x 7 or twelve 8x10 Film Developing Hangers 8.00

No. 3A - For six 8 x 10 Film Developing Hangers........ 6.75

No. 4 - For twenty 5 x 7 or twelve 7 x 11 Film Developing Hangers 8.50

These Developing Boxes may also be used for Core Plate Developing Racks.

Eastman Steel Enameled Covers

For No. 2 Developing Box . $1.70 For No. 2A Developing Box 2.15 For No. 3 Developing Box . 2.15 For No. 3A Developing Box 1.70 For No. 4 Developing Box . 2.15

Eastman Steel Enameled Floating Lids

For No. 2 Developing Box . $1.10 For No. 2A Developing Box 1.10 For No. 3 Developing Box . 1.10 For No. 3A Developing Box 1.10 For No. 4 Developing Box . 1.10

Eastman Portrait Film

Will do all the things a plate can do and much that a plate cannot do.

October. The Man Who Made The Pictures

A young man, a scant ten years in the profession and recognized as one of the leaders - this is the score Mr. L. J. Buckley, of Binghamton, N. Y., has made in the photographic game.

Those who attended the National or one of several other recent conventions have seen his demonstrations and the work he has produced, though we think a man's work is seldom at its best in public demonstrations.

Mr. Buckley did not, however, come into the lime light in a day, after years of perseverance and struggle for recognition. As far back as 1913 he was honored by the international Exposition at Ghent, Belgium, by having two of his portraits hung in Class A. He is not a discovery. On the contrary he is well known in his own part of the country and through the reproduction of his work we are pleased to extend his acquaintance to our readers.

A study of the old masters has been an inspiration to Mr. Buckley in his work and of these his favorites are Gainsborough, Romney, Greuze, Van Dyke and Reynolds.

One of his favorite lightings is the line or back lighting and for the benefit of those who wish to try it we will give Mr.

Portrait Film Negative, Artura Print By L. J. Buckley Binghamton, N. Y.

Portrait Film Negative, Artura Print By L. J. Buckley Binghamton, N. Y.