PHOTOGRAPHY—FILM VS. PLATE NEGATIVE
PHOTOGRAPHY—FILM VS. PLATE NEGATIVE—When using a film Kodak is it necessary to expose the film for each picture or can they be printed the came as front a dry plate? Which is the best for all-around use, the film or the plate Kodak?
You can print any number of pictures from a film negative, this same as from a plate negative. Of course you must make a separate exposure on the film for each view. But when the film is developed and the negatives cut apart, you can print any number of photographs from them. For all-around outdoor use the film is much more satisfactory than the plates. You can load into your camera a film on which you can make twelve exposures, and you can carry several of these films in your pocket, and there are no plate holders needed; no plates to get broken; and you ran load and unload the camera anywhere, in daylight. When the pictures have been taken and the negatives developed, you can store them away anywhere and there is no danger of them getting broken as there is with glass plates. If you like you can get a plate adapter for any film Kodak, so that you are fitted for the use of plates or films, as desired.
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