Paul Lewis Anderson

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Paul Lewis Anderson (1880 – 1956) was an American pictorialist photographer and author.


Pictorial Photography - It's Principles and Practice (1917)[edit]

Chapter I - The Camera[edit]

  • Fundamentally, the camera is nothing more than a light-tight box, having an arrangement for holding a light-sensitive substance (plate or film) and a device (lens or pinhole) for projecting on this sensitive substance an image of objects external to the camera.
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