Joe, an army photographer, makes mistakes while taking photographs in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944, February 25 Duration:10 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of army photographers in the United States during World War II. Joe, an army photographer, seated on a bed in his room. He looks at photographs taken by him. He recalls various mistakes that he made while taking the photographs. Men look at a notice board. Joe tries to take their picture. He uses a wrong grip over the camera and stands in a wrong position and takes a picture. Another photograph of a wheel of a car taken by Joe. The photograph was damaged due to bad lighting effect. Joe takes a photograph in a field. A truck arrives in the field. Joe takes the picture but because of wrong camera angle the photograph gets spoiled. Groups of soldiers get into a troop carrier. The troops wave towards people on a shore. A large ship pulls away from a pier. Joe places a slide in a camera. He takes a photograph. He again fails to take the correct photograph. Joe in barracks. He places his photographic gear on his back and walks out of the barracks.
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