• Creator
  • Cronenberg, Wilhelm. Half-tone on the American basis
  • Created Date
  • 1896
  • Publisher
  • Percy Lund & Co., 1896
    Bradford
  • Description
  • 12 Half-tone plates from photographs and art. Excellent description with very clear explanation of the formation of the dot on the negative and the importance of the shape of the stop and its distance. Plates made by students at the Practical Institute for Photography and Mechanical Reproduction, Schloss Grönenbach, Bavarian-Algan...This book was one of the first to explain the half-tone method to beginning process workers so that they might g... more
    12 Half-tone plates from photographs and art. Excellent description with very clear explanation of the formation of the dot on the negative and the importance of the shape of the stop and its distance. Plates made by students at the Practical Institute for Photography and Mechanical Reproduction, Schloss Grönenbach, Bavarian-Algan...This book was one of the first to explain the half-tone method to beginning process workers so that they might grasp the methodology and theory."--Hanson Collection catalog, p. 125. Forms part of the David A. Hanson Collection of the History of Photomechanical Reproduction. In: Half-tone on the American basis / from the personal experience of Wilhelm Cronenberg ; translated by William Gamble. Bradford : Percy Lund & Co., 1896--Title supplied by cataloger. less
  • Format
  • Halftones
    Relief halftones
    Photographs
  • Rights
  • No known copyright restrictions. No known restrictions on use.