Four Consecutive Issues In Near Mint Condition
|Publisher||U.S. CAMERA PUBLISHING CORP.|
U.S. CAMERA MAGAZINE 1956 - FOUR (4) CONSECUTIVE ISSUES U.S. Camera Publishing Corp, 1956. 8-1/2" x 11" Magazine. FIRST EDITION. Four Cosnecutive Issues - Exceptional condition, tightly bound (so much so, they seem to have never been read more than once or twice!) Wonderful inside look at the golden era of photography with countless vintage advertisements and informative stories - all heavily illustrated with photographs as one may imagine. Regular sections include : "Features" "General" "Technical" "Movies" and "Departments" - truly an eye opening look at the very beginning of consumer photography. Magazines are in near pefect condition, a very few small closed tears or chips, but again, these are as close to new as any half century plus vintage magazine could possibly be. 566 pages total. U.S. Camera, September 1956, Vol. 19, No. 9 "Special 35mm Issue". Includes : Two Photographers and Anita Ekberg; 35mm portfolio with Eleven photographers; There's Color Magic in Blacklighting; 35mm Sports Photography; and, much more. Small vintage mailing label. 124 pages. U.S. Camera, October 1956, Vol. 19, No. 10 Issue includes "8 Articles on Color"; 6 Experts Discuss Color; Murray Laden " Photographer of Glamour; How It Was Made : An Extraordinary Baseball Photo; and, Report on the European Photo Industry; and, much more. Small vintage mailing label. 128 pages. U.S. Camera, November 1956, Vol. 19, No. 11 Issue includes : Portfolio of International Beauty; How to Make a Good Print; How to Shoot Sunsets; Know Your Camera; and, much more. Highlights of this particular issue include a feature by the iconic Philippe Halsman, Portfolio of International Beauty, which is illustrated with Halsman photographs of Sophia Loren; Gina Lollobrigida, Grace Kelly, Brigitte Bardot; Jean Simmons; Audrey Hepburn; and others. No mailing label. 140 pages. U.S. Camera, December 1956, Vol. 19, No. 12 Issue includes : Photographing the West in Color; Prize Tips for Christmas Cards; Christmas in Cine Close-ups; Know Your Films; Flea Market; and, much more. No mailing label. 174 pages.