Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 88
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 88

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 88
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CAMERA ANGLES Father Time Gets in the Picture in E TTIMli AND TIMING are v i t a ! elements which camera fans can use to better advantage to make better pictures. medicated powder New fast cooler for tired burning feet You can almost hear your tir^J, burning f«L alnrt to puvr-r-e in happy comfort Hi* irmanl you EiprhihEc on ncw.Iec-ilint LiawJer-formurci wi'lli it!^ ftii^iaS^cfralinu acantanil wonderfulsootliinsmedication, irii* z'xxl work- for hr-jrj on end. Cet Ivj^Mint Towdc-r today. At drucetsU. ice-mInt powD TM By Irving Des/or Why do so many of us rush into and through our picture-taking sessions when patience and more thoughtful shooting would produce more meaningful pictorial memories? The thought crossed my mind as I studied n photograph made by a Pakistani photographer. The little story that accompanied the photo told how he waited for almost a year to take that picture. It was made on June 21, when the sun was at its highest ele valion, producing the most favorable lighting angle for particular effect he visual- ALL INSTALL ANYWHCRE WOOL NO MONEY DOSVN PILE COMPLETELY I N S T A L L E D INCLUDING PADDING ^ 130 NYLON 15-YEAR WEAR GUAR. REG. 6.95 NYLON BRAIDED WOOL REVERSIBLE APPR. 9x12 REG. 39.95 WOOL NYLON RAYON PILE TWEEOS S. CANDY STRIPES 9 x 1 2 REG 2 9 9 5 FOR ROOMS. TRAILERS. ETC. CARPET CITY CALL COLLECT FOR FREE ESTIMATES PR 2-7320 709 E. CENTER ANAHEIM DAILY 9-9 SAT. 9-6 SUN. 12 - ized: two natives enjoying their morning coffee before a backlit grill which cast a perfect shadow design on the ground. IT WAS a contrast to many of my own experiences and to what I've seen oilier photographers go through at family gatherings, outings, picnic; at sessions when children were playing ot when trying to make portrait studies. When the camera is in our hands to record, the occasion, we feel impelled to press the button even though we may not be satisfied with what we see in front of our lens. The grouping may look confusing, action may not look spontaneous or natural, expressions may appear self- conscious but we shoot anyway because it's the quickest and easiest way out. It's easier, that is, than waiting for a better moment. Perhaps we're afraid to wait. Yet, in almost all cases, people eventually lose interest in the photographer and become absorbed in their own activities. THAT'S WHEN children uncover some of their cutest antics, when groups form nat- To gef this picture when (he sun would be jusf right, June 21, Ck A. Hassan of Pakistan waited lor a year. H« used a Rolleiflex at I/SO and f/8, using pan Film. ural, interesting patterns and when expressions are true and revealing. But by thut time, usually, the camera is put away or the film on hand had been finished. The best strategy, there- Here's How to Cool Your Home If your home is a ho!house, and you plan to do something about it, first get a copy of "How to Cool Your House" (I.ane Book Co., Menlo Park, Calif., $1.95). Written and profusely illustrated by the editorial staffs of Sunset Magazine and Books, lliis papercover work discusses c o o l i n g with vertical sun screens, with horizontal sun shades, plant materials, insulation and mechanical aids. The book gives a better understanding of problems inherent to cooling, making it easier to control the indoor climate of an individual home. fore, is to work with time as your ally. Take a few token pictures at the start, but far fewer than would have been taken normally. People relax after a few clicks have been heard. Let them--but keep the camera visible and handy and every once in a while use it to view the scene without necessarily shooting anything. Such behavior becomes accepted after a while and ignored. But it gives you the opportunity to select the significant moments when they finally reveal themselves. And if you do get pictures, lhey'11 usually be worth the waiting. Thrift UILDERS LOW COST CONSTRUCT!®! · The finest Craftsmanship · The newest features · The most efficient performance · VISIT OUX HOME-A-RAMA S e e (or Y o u r i e i f BEDROOM ]0'xl2' $4 6282 WEST LINCOLN Continual tort at Carion in Orsno* C»unlv GEneva f-3103 · UHderhiH 5-2917 GArfield 4-3366 · TiyJor 8-6515 OPEN DAILY AND WEEKENDS 100% FINANCING on Remodeling up io RUMPUS ROOM 1 2 ' x l 5 ' · Free Esiimaies i 2-Bedroom House ·Your Home * Your Convenience Carport Included On the Front or Rear of Your LoH Blue Prints Furnished with Each Job at NO CHARGZ

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