Photographs for the Papers. How to Take and Place Them

By: Everard, John

Price: £35.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

In the original publisher's pictorial paper covered stiff card boards. A Little rubbed but overall Very Good. The front cover (and frontispiece) is a photograph of H. M. The King and The Duke of Connaught watching the Army Manoeuvres - Very Portentous but not yet ominous as this is the first year of the outbreak of the 1st World War. A Former Owner's name and location on the front advert e/p and on the reverse of the frontispiece. 96 pp. Illustrated with 12 b/w plates portraying many 'newsworthy' items including 'Police making a baton charge in O'Connell Street, Dublin.' ; 'The Colonial and English Premiers'; 'Yacht Racing'; 'Tennis', etc. (It actually states on the T/P "Containing nineteen illustrations from photographs - but the Contents Index only calls for 14.....? - So a misprint I think ? ) Advertisements in b/w in the front and rear of book for photography related items such as 'Bromide papers for Press work', Goerz-Anschutz Press Camera, Watson's 'Perspect' Reflex Camera, etc. Clear Red titling to front cover and to spine, and similar lettering to the 'Ilford' advert on the rear board. A look at how to take and place with the relevant newspaper/magazine photos for the papers! ! This is a Wonderful PERIOD Item. Overall in Excellent Condition and is quite a rare title. ; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall

Title: Photographs for the Papers. How to Take and Place Them

Author Name: Everard, John

Illustrator: Illustrated by Photographs

Categories: Architecture. Art. Crafts, Military/War Related, Magazines, Newspapers, Periodicals, Photography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Adam & Charles Black: 1914

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 000304

Keywords: Photography, Photographs PHOTOGRAPHY For The Nespapers 1st World War PICTURES, Portraits, Portrait Asdquith - British Prime Minister PORTRAITS -the Colonial And English Premiers Goerz-anschutz Press Camera Police Making A Baton Charge In O'connell Street, Dublin H. M. The King And The Duke Of Connaught Watching The Army Manoeuvres Watson's 'perspect' Reflex Camera; The Holostigmat Lens.