Arts: Photography

The Seventh International Salon of Photography, at the Los Angeles Museum, had prints by 88 exhibitors representing eleven countries. Bromide prints, "transfers," lithographs, "palladium" prints and many other types of media showed the variety and aesthetic quality which camera art has attained. A feature was the group of "gum prints" of N. P. Moerdyke, director of the Camera Pictorialists of Los Angeles. Gum prints are made from a negative called a pattern, from which a retouched negative is transferred to paper in front of a light, eliminating or making prominent portions as desired....

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