. The American annual of photography. FALL. p. J. SCHWEICKART. 254. GALLERY LIGHTING By SIGISMUND BLUMANN N every line of endeavor the professional is in-clined, and not altogether without cause, to holdthe amateur in a species of contempt. In thearts the workers for profit offer a sort of in-dulgence to the dilettante which is contempt re-fined, but contempt none the less. There is reason in this. Letus examine the cause. At the bottom lies interference withincome. That is a serious matter. Men who do things for funare dangerous in increasing degree as to their ability. Thebetter the work don

. The American annual of photography. FALL. p. J. SCHWEICKART. 254. GALLERY LIGHTING By SIGISMUND BLUMANN N every line of endeavor the professional is in-clined, and not altogether without cause, to holdthe amateur in a species of contempt. In thearts the workers for profit offer a sort of in-dulgence to the dilettante which is contempt re-fined, but contempt none the less. There is reason in this. Letus examine the cause. At the bottom lies interference withincome. That is a serious matter. Men who do things for funare dangerous in increasing degree as to their ability. Thebetter the work don Stock Photo
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. The American annual of photography. FALL. p. J. SCHWEICKART. 254. GALLERY LIGHTING By SIGISMUND BLUMANN N every line of endeavor the professional is in-clined, and not altogether without cause, to holdthe amateur in a species of contempt. In thearts the workers for profit offer a sort of in-dulgence to the dilettante which is contempt re-fined, but contempt none the less. There is reason in this. Letus examine the cause. At the bottom lies interference withincome. That is a serious matter. Men who do things for funare dangerous in increasing degree as to their ability. Thebetter the work done for nothing the greater loss to him whoworks for a living. Artists are notoriously improvident butthey are not foolish. They realize their commercial enemies.More spiritual is the hatred of men who devote their lives toserious efforts at fine production for such as fritter awaytime and material and corrupt popular taste with mediocre andaimless activity. The amateur or dilettante is so ubiquitousand so very numerous, too. But there is a reverse side to every co

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