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||December 16, 1981
||November 30, 1886
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Worked at father's bonnet-wire manufacturing plant while studying photography
Set up own photographic studio in Manhattan; shot portratis and advertisements
Took over Clarence H. White's Photography Studio where he developed the Struss-Lens which provided a diffused, soft-focus look
Went to Hollywood; hired by Cecil B. DeMille
First film as co-cinematographer, "Something to Think About"
Last film prior to retirement, "The Rebel Set"