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Old 08-09-2017, 03:13 PM   #111
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Very minor: claimed here that Lilo Korenjak was a female photographer.
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This is the next catalog I have in our sequence. It is the Catalog of Glamour Photography for October 1978 thru October 1979. In the center there are 4 pages including an order form which would have been torn out if used. So I've arranged the scans as if these pages had been removed then included them at the end.

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Next is the supplement to the catalog above which contains twelve pages. TLI began offering 8 x 10 prints in this catalog and this regularly cataloged series would eventually exceed 300 different prints. In addition a customer could also custom order a print of any cataloged slide.

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Thanks for posting the Sara Cortright video.
I remember buying the VHS cassette tape from TLI.
No need to apologize for the quality. It was pretty poor back then.
I think Caye bought the cheapest VHS tapes available.
I did not review the posted video in question, but there were actually two Sara Cortright releases, both having the same video footage, but the second had an overlaid soundtrack that gave the tape a strange audio quality that was unsettling. For some reason, Larry felt the original had muddled sound (it wasn't perfect, but it was okay). My original was on Beta tape, so I purchased the second version on VHS, but never liked it as much because of the so-called "improved" audio (that I'm not even sure it was Sara's voice).

As for the quality of Larry's videotape, I actually found it very good overall. Rarely did I have one that exhibited video dropouts, and they lasted a long time. I have quite a collection (probably 90% of the releases) and not one has failed yet. In fact, given the overall quality of tape and reproduction equipment used in the semi-pro and amateur mail order field of the day, I felt Larry's output under the TLI label was easily in the top 5% just from a technical standpoint, if not better. Needless to say, the content was even better.

Whether it was his natural obsessiveness or simply a respect for his customers, Larry Caye was a gem in a business that had very few of them.
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I did not review the posted video in question, but there were actually two Sara Cortright releases, both having the same video footage, but the second had an overlaid soundtrack that gave the tape a strange audio quality that was unsettling. For some reason, Larry felt the original had muddled sound (it wasn't perfect, but it was okay). My original was on Beta tape, so I purchased the second version on VHS, but never liked it as much because of the so-called "improved" audio (that I'm not even sure it was Sara's voice).

As for the quality of Larry's videotape, I actually found it very good overall. Rarely did I have one that exhibited video dropouts, and they lasted a long time. I have quite a collection (probably 90% of the releases) and not one has failed yet. In fact, given the overall quality of tape and reproduction equipment used in the semi-pro and amateur mail order field of the day, I felt Larry's output under the TLI label was easily in the top 5% just from a technical standpoint, if not better. Needless to say, the content was even better.

Whether it was his natural obsessiveness or simply a respect for his customers, Larry Caye was a gem in a business that had very few of them.
please post those videos in this thread
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Default Other photographers working for Larry Caye? Hilbert G Hanson?

I'm new to thread World but this seems to the place with The Latent Image knowledge. I'm something of a "picker" (antiques and cool stuff) and have a collection of TLI slides from the estate of a man who apparently was a Photographer working for/with/ or sold to TLI. These slides have handwritten notes concerning the models names, personalities, locations of the shoot,a couple of mentions as to what money was made, critques of looks, etc. Noted as mid-late 80s, to early 90s. Most of the slides are printed TLI No. Hollyw.......rights reserved" but many have no markings whatsoever other than the handwritten photographer(?) notes. Names include Devon Shepard, Melody Sands , Carol Frazer, Stacy Donovan etc... Does anyone know of a Hilbert "Gregg" Hanson as a Photographer? There are over 400 slides, most with notes. OR was this all fantasy? Information help is needed. Thanks gang.
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Hello, Ike and welcome to the forum. There are some limited references to other photographers in some of the catalogs but these are well known men whose wares Larry sometimes marketed. Johnny Castano and Peter Flodquist are among them. We also know there was some collaboration between Larry and Lilo Korenjak who it appears acted as a European agent for marketing Larry's work. I don't know Hilbert Hanson but hopefully someone else will.

All the model names you mention are well known to us and the slides with "commercial rights reserved" are typical of the slides which were sold. We'd all love to see scans of these slides both for the pictures themselves but more importantly for the historical aspect of the notes (hint, hint ).
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I'm new to thread World but this seems to the place with The Latent Image knowledge. I'm something of a "picker" (antiques and cool stuff) and have a collection of TLI slides from the estate of a man who apparently was a Photographer working for/with/ or sold to TLI. These slides have handwritten notes concerning the models names, personalities, locations of the shoot,a couple of mentions as to what money was made, critques of looks, etc. Noted as mid-late 80s, to early 90s. Most of the slides are printed TLI No. Hollyw.......rights reserved" but many have no markings whatsoever other than the handwritten photographer(?) notes. Names include Devon Shepard, Melody Sands , Carol Frazer, Stacy Donovan etc... Does anyone know of a Hilbert "Gregg" Hanson as a Photographer? There are over 400 slides, most with notes. OR was this all fantasy? Information help is needed. Thanks gang.
please scan and post them, then clarifying comments will be possible
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Before we proceed into 1979 let's take a step back. This interesting 16 page brochure seems to be from about 1970 and even includes an appearance by a well known celebrity. I give you The Latent Image Glamour Supermarket.

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