NY: Falk Publishing Co., 1927. Second ed. 8vo., 435 pp., adverts. Publisher's orange colth which has a white scuff mark on the front panel and light wear at the spine crown. A very good copy. Item #27669
This is the textbook for the course in cinematography at the New York Institute of Photography. In the introduction, Herbert C. McKay, the editor and the director of the New York Institute of Photography, acknowledges Homer Croy, C. Francis Jenkins, Henry V. Hopgood, J.I. Crabtree, J. C. Warburg, and others as the sources for this comprehensive course book with chapters on the history of cinematography, camera operations, development, tinting, editing, lighting, animation, airplane and submarine cinematography, steroscopic, talking pictures, etc.