In 1943, Marjory Collins took these photographs of the camouflage class at New York University. Men and women preparing for jobs in the Army learn to make models from aerial photographs, re-photograph them, then work out a camouflage scheme and make a final photograph.
New York, New York. Architect taking a night course in camouflage at New York University in order to find a good spot for his talents in the United States Army or in industry. The class is taught by having the students make models from photographs, camouflage them and rephotograph them
Via: Library of Congress
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