In a recent paper on photography, F. T. Thwaites1 has attempted to cover an extremely broad subject in rather limited space. Although this attempt probably has its justification in the encouragement of better geologic photographs, the presentation is rather too detailed and too complicated for those with very limited experience in photography, and yet, it contains little, if anything, which is new to the more thorough students of photographic methods.

It is surprising that no mention is made of a collection of tables as valuable as those to be found in the “WellcomePhotographic Calculator, Handbook and...

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