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Government Photography (Force Four, Inc.)

Item Number: 1390Serial202554
 Serial
Language
English
Digital Object Type
Serial
Credit
Force Four, Inc.
Physical Location
Stacks
Item is Copyrighted - It is not available outside the VNCA building
Issue
2

Government Photography (Force Four, Inc.) - Serial

Publication
Government Photography
Publisher/Org.
Force Four, Inc.
City
[Washington, D.C.]
Country
United States
Frequency
Varies
Language
English
Type
Serial
General Note
1968-1974

Dates

  • Existence: March 1969

General Note / OCR

Viewpoint: A big hang-up with government photographers is a ruling by the Joint Committee on Printing that states credit lines shall not be given to government photographers. But the ruling is open to interpretation, and photographs can be credited.
Newsviews: The Defense Department may soon establish mobile photojournalism instruction treams which would travel to military installations around the country, and may also begin a University of Missouri-type photojournalism workshop at the Defense Information at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
AVCOM: Hot Line to the Top: In government today, especially in the military complex, a particular briefing situation frequently requires a type of audio-visual communicator expertise to facilitate preparation vital to its ultimate success. The AVCOM provides that expertise.
CCTV: Closed-circuit television is the government's major teaching and communications arm, and mor key officials within all areas of government - federal, state, local- are finding more usues for it.
The Large Format Camera: The view camera is the most versatile still camera ever made, and the expert use of it has often made an ordinary picture extraordinary.
In the Darkroom: Bob Moeser continues his series on expert darkroom procedures.
Portfolio of the Year: Balloting begins for the first annual GOVERNMENT PHOTOGRAPHY Portfolio of the Year Award.
Portfolio: Kay Muldoon
Government Photography Tests: The Konica Autoreflex; Kaiser's Press-O-Mounter; the Canon System; and Minolta's Macro Rokkor.








Pub Credit Line
1390Serial202554, Chuck Abbott Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 31 Aug 2004 [Updated: 31 Aug 2004]