Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1903 (Heft 1)

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THE REPRODUCTION of works of art, whether photographs or
paintings, has now reached a stage where it is no longer possible to
be entrusted to the ordinary methods of so-called photo-engravers.
Book-illustrations, book-plates, catalogues, etc., are now judged
from quite a different view than formerly, when any picture representing
the article sufficed. Now there must be displayed taste, artistic feeling
and an intimate acquaintance with the masterpieces to insure success.
These latter requirements we offer our customers. The photogravure
process, which is undisputedly the king of all processes for the reproduction
of photographs, is our specialty and we were years at it before we came
before the public with our product. The results of our labors in this
field are clearly illustrated in this volume of Camera Work.
Half-tones from articles for catalogue
work, whether direct from the object or
from photos which we retouch before
reproducing; color-work without the hall-
mark of the mechanical three-color process;
line-work on zinc for cheap grades, or on
copper where all the fine lines are to be
retained; and, in fact, reproductions of
every description, large or small, ex-
pensive or inexpensive, can be had at

THE PHOTOCHROME
ENGRAVING COMPANY
162-166 LEONARD STREET
NEW YORK



F. FLEMING E. M. CARNRICK E. G. BURGESS, JR.

Fleming Carnrick

PRINTINGHOUSE

PRINTING IN BLACK AND COLOR
FROM ORIGINAL DESIGNS
PRINTERS OF CAMERA WORK
520 WEST BROADWAY
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