Now if the painting is illuminated solely by the “lantern-slide” the range of contrast or brightness will be enormously increased.
Groups of people come and go like figures on a lantern-slide.
Then the fog closed in, and, as a picture on a lantern-slide fades and disappears, she vanished and was gone!
It stimulates the same nerve centers in me that a lantern-slide lecture on "Palestine—the Old and the New," does.
For lantern-slide work, which is reducing, it is necessary to cut an aperture in the easel, after the manner shown in Fig. 4.
When Sara had stirred ever so faintly, Ram Dass had closed the lantern-slide and lain flat upon the floor.
If any of these be lacking, lantern-slide illustrations may be used in a partially darkened room.
After the second hymn he would announce the coming social events—class prayer-meetings and lantern-slide lectures by missionaries.
If a lantern-slide picture be focused upon black velvet or upon a dark doorway, the projected image will not be seen.
He must draw in somewhere: he was worth only—the line of figures slipped in before his eyes with its lantern-slide coldness.