To earn some money, Spider-Man snapped pictures of some burglars, but then Daily Bugle reporter Frederick Foswell appeared on the scene, so he couldn't sell them anymore to J. Jonah Jameson, fearing he might suspect his real identity as Peter Parker.
Spidey eventually managed to photograph one of the biggest police crime bust, and then sold the pictures to Daily Globe's Barney Bushkin.
A while later, Spider-Man photographed the Cat Burglar's arrest and went back to the Bugle to sell the pictures to J. Jonah Jameson.
A short time later, Spidey took pictures of the arrest of the Master Planner's henchmen and sold them to J. Jonah Jameson.
After he captured Kraven, Spider-Man was about to take some pictures, but then changed his mind, not wishing to meet Jameson's secretary, Betty Brant.
After stopping the Molten Man from robbing a jewelry store on Madison Avenue, Spider-Man brougth his pictures to the police as a proof tying him to the attempted robbery.
Spider-Man used his camera to snap pictures of the crooks captured at Macy's window.
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