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by:Grade     2020-05-31
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Michael Rubin and Henry Smith Miller from Rubin Smith Miller Architects in New York put together two lights, which can be bought from any well-stocked photographic supplies store.
\"The lights are part of the tradition, including Le Cobb, Jose Luis seset and Michael Graves . \"
Said Smith Miller.
\"There\'s nothing new about it. it\'s classic. ” Added Mr.
Rubin: \"We just updated a light with a diffusion shield.
The two standing lights have something in common.
One of the shadows and the other boom make the model different.
Although they mainly use Smith-Victor parts, these products are also made by many different manufacturers.
The architects priced their materials at 60-44 10 West 47 Street 67 47 Street photo.
The price of the parts for the pole light is $51. 48;
Parts for station lights, $33. 68.
A tripod is needed for each light (Pic, $17. 80);
Pin Adapter ($1. 43); collar (
Victor Smith, $2. 25)
, And single Piece Socket and switch unit with reflector, power cord and plug ($3. 50).
You also need the boom for the pole light (
$26, Victor Smith. 50);
Diffusion shielding for station lights ($8 Smith Victor70).
Unscrew the mirror from the socket unit.
For pole lights, assemble the ball Post adapter and install it at the end of the boom.
So one end grabs the ball of the pin adapter and the other ends wrap around the socket base.
Slide the pivot point of the boom over the tripod and fix it.
Twist the mirror back to the socket.
The program for station lights is the same except that the ball Post adapter is connected directly to the tripod.
Twist the mirror back to the socket.
Clip the diffusion shield onto the reflector.
A light bulb of up to 100 w is required for each lamp.
Victor Smith Company, 301 North Colfax Street, Griffith, Ind. 46319, (800)
348-98 62 has a catalog of parts that can be ordered directly.
The archives of the New York Times/Robert Levin Michael Rubin and Henry Smith millula versions were printed on page 6 of the New York Times on November 8, 1979, with the title: by photographic equipment
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