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(Continued from page 4)
door photography - at wedding or gradua-
tion ceremonies where flash is not allowed,
or for candid shots where capturing the sub-
lect in natural light is essential to the mood.
You can even shoot by candlelight, provided
you hold the camera very steady.
Because of its very high film speed, hand
inspection is recommended at airport x-ray
security stations. It requires no special pro-
cessing, despite being a very high speed film.
And its ability to photograph dimly lit im-
ages makes it the best choice for a variety of
nighttime or indoor photo opportunities.
The family of Kodacolor VR films offers the
photographer four superior films to meet al-
most any picture-taking situation ... so, the
only limitation is the photographer's own
Action-freezing films: The waterskier (top) was
shot with VR 1000 film; the baseball (bottom)
was stopped in midflight by VR 400 film.

l e t t e r s
I just finished the article on the
Walkers' trek from Alaska to
Mexico; at 8:30 am in the bland..
security of a four-walled office, I've
got the travelling fever once again.
Having just retumed from a 1,700 km.
bike tour across Europe this sum-
mer, I'm especially interested in
the photography and trail tales of
the Walker Brothers; is there any
possibility of the show coming to
the University of North Carolina?
Could it be arranged?
Three cheers times three for the
talents of Laursen and Walkers
Nina Henry
University of North Carolina
I enjoyed reading about the
Walker Brothers' Earthwalk in the
fall issue of Break. I would like to
know if the Earthwalk show will be
coming to UCLA; if not, could you
please let me know which
campuses will be hosting the show
and the Kodak seminar? Thank you
for putting that story in Break; I'm
glad I heard about the show.
Jim usko
Los Angeles, CA
In answer to many requests for Earth-
walk's schedule, here is the early 1984
itinerary of this mixed-media chronicle of
the Walker Brothers' 5000-mile odyssey,
as featured in the last Break.
Univ. of Kentucky, April 2; Univ. of

K o d a k's


Durand W. Achke
Judith Sims
Byron Laursen
Chip tones,RDan Eiholt
Roxanne Padilla
Lynne Barstow
Los Angeles
1680 North Vine, te. 900
! Hollywood, LA 80028
(213) 462-7175
InSf sicken
Norma Cortks
New York
134 Lexington Ave., Third Fir.
NYC, NY 10016 212 )696-0994
Larry Smuckler
©1984 Alan Weston Publishing, and
published for Eastman Kodak Com-
pany, Rochester, NY 14650 by Alan Wes-
ton Communications, Inc., corporate
ofthes - 1680 North Vine, Suite 800,
Hollywood CA 90028, Richard 1.tKreuz,
President. All rights reserved. Letters
become the property of the publisher
and may be edited. Publisher assumes
no responsihility lot unsolicited manu-
scripts Pubished two times during the
school year. Annual subscription rate is
$3.00. To order subscriptions or notify
change of address,0write Break, 1680
Northine, Suite 900, Hollywood, CA

A female cyclist demonstrates blurring speed at the finish line.


"John Zimmerman, Sports Photog-
John has had many articles writ-
ten on his photography over the
years. Break may be a slim maga-
zine put out by Eastman Kodak
but we've received more calls and
notes from readers than from
some of the larger national photo
magazines. We've heard from stu-
dents at UCLA, Berkeley, Michigan
State, Duke University, and from
other amateur photographers from
Connecticut and New York - quite
a representation nationwide. Your
layouts were well presented and
your cover was striking!
Thanks for inviting John to ap-
pear in your magazine.
John & Delores Zimmerman
Whbile reading your fine article
on photographer John Zim-
merman in the Fall/Winter issue of
Break Magazine, I was struck by the
beauty of the photography of the
diver which appeared on page 10 t
would very much like a poster-
sized print of this photograph and,
since I know of no way to contact
Mr. Zimmerman directly, I would
greatly appreciate any help you
could give me concerning my
Nicholas Hoye
Minneapolis, MN
We're sorry to say that Mr. Zimmerman
informs us there is no poster available.
We're happy to say, however, that you
have terrific taste in photographs!
s I was thumbing through
reak for Fall 1983, I noticed
the picture in the lower right hand
corner of the Freeze Frame sec-
tion; the picture of the leopard

Beanie Whizzes to Victory
his issue's winner is Tony Higgins of Tucson, Arizona, who sent us six fine slides, from
which we selected this bright yellow helmet with propeller.It's simple, clean, and neatly
composed, with good framing provided by the muted background balloons. Mr. Higgins
earns $35 for his effort.
We were quite pleased with most of the Freeze Frames we received this time: the variety
and quality are definitely improving. We would only caution future Freeze Frame contributors
that this section is designed for single photographs (although you may certainly submit more
than one at a time), each of which tells a story all by itself, or is visually brilliant, outrageously
humorous, and/or mind-grabbingly wonderful. The other two categories (Student Photo Essay
and Student Travel Photographer) require several photos to complete the "story."
Send your Freeze Frame hopefuls to (what else?) Freeze Frame, 1680 North Vine, Suite 900,
Hollywood, CA 90028. Be sure to include an appropriately-sized stamped, self-addressed envelope so
that we may return your photos (please be patient), and print your name and address on each
We have a few stray photographs on hand with names but no addresses, no envelopes, etc.
If you have not received your Freeze Frame contribution (or any communication from us) by
February 15, and if you want your pictures returned, then send us the above-mentioned
stamped, self-addressed envelope.

with its paw around a man. I have
two questions about it. First, what
is the situation of the picture; why
is the leopard holding on to the
man? Secondly, is there some way
for me to get a print of this for a
Steve Ejnik
Chicago, IL
Several readers requested more informa-
tion about this photograph - but unfor-
tunately, we could learn only the name of
the photographer - Tracy Wyatt - and
the approximate year (1981 or 1982) it
was taken. There is no poster. Sorry.

Phil Walker Earth-canoeing.
Western Kentucky, April 3; Middle Ten-
nessee Univ., April 4; Vanderbilt Univ.,
April 5; Univ. of Arkansas, April 9;
Univ. of Nebraska, April 12; Univ. of
Denver, April 16; Utah State Univ
April 20; Oregon State Univ., April 29;
Univ. of Oregon, April 30; Eastern
Washington Univ., May 2; Washington
State Univ, May 3.
Check your local college newspapers
for times and locations.
John and I were amazed at the
response we received from your
readers of the Fall/Winter issue of
Break magazine on the article

f e a t u r e s
Four new films make even the most difficult situations easier to handle
Her travels and her work - Dynasty - keep her snapping
Preview the Olympics at the Coors 1984 Bicycle Classic
d e p a r t m e n t s
Ron Emmon's Road to Rio
Guide to springfrolicking
A most colorful chapeau.
Cyclists streak into a turn at last year's Coors Bicycle Classic. Photograph
by loseph Daniel (For more words and pictures on this event, see page 10.)
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