Tag Archives: German

points of view

Toronto. Cameras of the last century tended to make a particular point of view easier. Cameras with rangefinders usually took an eye level view. Those with vertical viewfinders like some Kodaks and the famous TLRs took waist level shots – … Continue reading

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Book on 19th Century German Lenses

Toronto. Journal editor Bob Lansdale loaned me the second book in Corrado D’Agostini’s series on 19th Century Photographic Lenses. Both are sold in the US by Camerabooks.com. This book is posted as costing $109 USD plus shipping. The first book in 19th … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana 37-1

Have you sent in your membership renewal? The first edition of the 37th volume of our journal Photographic Canadiana was mailed Wednesday, May 4th, 2011. As a courtesy this issue went to those few who haven’t yet paid their dues … Continue reading

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