In This Issue…
Horst on Fashion Photography….1
In this interview Horst discusses his introduction to photography and describes his 1930s fashion work for Condé Nast’s Vogue and his relationship with photographers George Hoyningen-Huene and Cecil Beaton.
The Jones & Laughlin Picture Collection….12
Roy Stryker, hired as a consultant, worked with eleven photographers, including Russell Lee, in establishing a picture collection documenting the steel-making process for the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation. The photographs were available for reproduction and promoted in a publication titled Steel Pix.
Cuthbert Bede, nom-de-plume for Edward Bradley, wrote the first humorous book on photography to appear in England. Photographic Pleasures, published in 1855, pertained to photography yet evidence indicates that Bradley did not practice or have a continuing interest in photography outside of his book.
The Quiet Love Triangle of SMOULDERING FIRES….26
Analysis of Clarence Brown’s silent film Smouldering Fires starring Pauline Frederick, Malcolm McGregor, and Laura La Plante. Deutelbaum discusses the deft handling of the classic love triangle.
International Museum of Photography Traveling Exhibitions….33
Author : Pratt, George C., Director of Publications Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY at George Eastman House Volume : 18 Number : 3 Date : September, 1975