The Cinematograph Book
A Complete Practical Guide to the Taking and Projecting of Cinematograph Pictures
Edited by Bernard E. Jones
Cassell and Company, 1921, hardcover, 8 half-tone plates, line drawings in text
Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, protective brown paper attached to cover, pages age-toned, minor foxing (see photographs)
"This book provides a simple and easily understood guide to the art and practice of making and projecting cinematograph pictures. It fully explains the principle upon which the cinematograph effect is produced, gives detailed instructions on using a cinematograph camera and on developing, printing, and finishing the film, and then gives a course of lessons on the projector, embracing its mechanical and optical parts, illuminants and their management, its practical operation, cleaning, lubrication etc. etc."