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PhotographerD.W. Carter

CountryUnited States

MediumPhotogravure: Text

JournalThe Photographic Times: 1893: June-December

AtelierN.Y. Photogravure Company (New York City)


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Landscape, Streams, Trees


Image Dimensions: 11.8 x 17.0 cm | published September 1, 1893 | issue No. 624
Support Dimensions: 21.1 x 28.8 cm

Editorial comment on this plate:


Our picture this week is from a negative by Mr. D.W. Carter, President of the Worcester Camera Club. It was photographed in the town of Wells, Vt., during a summer vacation, and was a specially difficult subject because of the large butternut tree which overhangs the entire foreground. But Mr. Carter has succeeded in giving us a very pleasing view of a most attractive subject. The negative was made on a Cramer “40” plate and developed with a simple hydro developer. The exposure was one second at about one o’clock on a July day, f/32 stop being employed.

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