Image from page 284 of "Rod and gun" (1898)
Title: Rod and gun
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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ke yourtime. XX the endof a year, tell meif you are not anature lover. Ifto-day you carecmly for pinks androses and otherprim flowers, nextyear you will admire also the weedy tangles, the spray ofwild convolvulus on the old fence, the winter walks of thesun-fiower, the dripping water trough by the roadside, theabandoned birds nest, the pose of the grass-hopper. Insome ways Mr. Bailey seems to have g<itteno£f his suoject. butat the same time there is much in what he says. Try itand see I _ » L.\XTERN Si.iuE WonK.—Lantern slides in two colors bydevelopment only are very effective, especially in the ca.se ofsunset scenes. To make such, make an ordinary lantern slideof suitable depth antl tint from the desirable negative. Theninstead of binding it with the plain cover glass, expose one ofthe lantern plates for red tones in contact with the slide alreadymade. The denser part of the slide will shield the jilate whichIS to take the place of the usual cover glass, but the tliin part ol
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O.N THE K.VNGE.\ Canadian cowboy breaking iu a pony for the British troops to use ju Soutli Africa. i6 Rod and Gun in Canada the slide representinfr sky, etc.. will allow considerable light topass through. When this plate is developed to a warm redtone, and eventually bound up in exact refristrar with theoriginal slide, we have, instead of a sunset slide in monotone, acomposite one in which the sky. water, reflections, etc., aresuffused in a warm sunset glow, intense or otherwise, accordingto the depth to which the plate used as a cover-glass has beendeveloped. Bromide of Iotassh-m.—One must bear in mind thatbromide of pota-^sium used in the developer will have the effectof spoilinsr the gradation. A negative that is to be usedfor any special purpose and shows signs of being under-exposedmight just as well be thrown away and taken over again aswa-sting time over it with a restrainer. (iradationis essentialto pictorial excellence. X Pl.ktixim To.nixg F<)r.mii..\.—Here is a new f
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