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SNAPPING YOUR OWN PICTURE

SNAPPING YOUR OWN PICTURE




      
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SNAPPING YOUR OWN PICTURE


SNAPPING YOUR OWN PICTURE

One of your kinks showed how to rig a camera so that it could be exposed by pulling a string. thus giving the operator a chance to get into the picture himself. The device as shown at that time wouldn’t quite work with my own box camera, so I set out to adapt something along the same lines.

In order to give the camera solidity I used a good heavy board or a base. On this I nailed 14- inch strips to form a socket in which the camera rests. Directly under the exposure lever in the strip, on the right hand side of the camera, I drove a staple. (In the left hand strip I drove a similar staple. This does not show in the drawing.) In the exposure lever itself I punched a small hole. When I want to “get in the picture” a string tied through this hole and run down through the staple does the trick.

For taking time exposures. In addition to the first string I tie a rubber band to the exposure lever At the end of this is another bit of string which is led over the top of the camera and tied to the staple on the other side. (This is the staple hidden in the drawing. Thus I can pull the lever down and hold the camera open as long as desired with the first string. As soon as the pull is released, however, the rubber band draws the lever up again and closes the camera.

Katz, Harry N. Kinks A Book of 250 Helpful Hints for Hunters, Anglers and Outers. Chicago: Outers, 1917. Print.

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