Paul Outerbridge: Photographing in Color
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Photographing in Color. Text and photographs by Paul Outerbridge. A U.S. Camera Book published by Random House, New York, 1940. 204 pp. First edition. Hardbound in (scarce) illustrated dust jacket. 15 tipped-in color plates plus a fold-out color chart produced by Walker Engraving Company from "Carbo" prints (in an acknowledgement, Outerbridge states they are to be congratulated heir "upon their efforts to interpret the original subject matter sympathetically, and upon the fine craftsmanship employed).

One of the first photographers to work in color, Outerbridge perfected the difficult tri-color carbro process during the 1930s. His imaginative compositions, influenced strongly by Cubism, led to great success in advertising work that was far ahead of its time. Outerbridge published this seminal book in 1940, using high quality illustrations of his work to explain his ideas and techniques. A classic work in the history of the medium in a very rare dust jacket. --Reference Two New Photographs go on View at Amon Carter Museum

Fine- in Near Fine- dust jacket; edge wear and foxing with a couple of tiny chips to dust jackt; light abrasion at extremities; small personal ex-libris on front pastedown (does not appear in any way to have spent time in an institutional library).
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