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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 GERRY SAGE THE CAMERA AND YOU Cameras come in three basic types the Instamatic with tixed lens opening and shutter speed, the Adjustable which has no light meter but has adjustable shutter speeds and lens openings, and the automatic which has a light meter that sets the lens opening or shutter speed correctly for the brightness of the scene This week let's talk about automatic and adjustable cameras Here are a tew tips that will help you get the best picture with your automatic camera Have the sun shining on the front of your subject if you can Make sure the sun doesn't hit the camera's lens or exposure meter On overcast days you might try to exclude the sky from your pictures A gray sky isn t that pretty and it's usually so much brighter than your subject that it will cause the subject to be too dark (underexposed) Try not to have your subject partly in sunlight and partly in shade The brightness range is too great and you can t get good exposure of both areas at the same time if possible, avoid light subjects in very dark surroundings and vice-versa If you do take such pictures, move in close to your subject so as 10 eliminate as much background as you can Always be sure that your lens and meter window are not obstructed in any way Most automatic cameras have a low-light indicator that signals when it's too dark lor a properly exposed picture if such a signal appears you can believe it Don t take the picture unless it s an extraordinary shot that's worth the gamble And now what about the adjustable camera' Use the information sheet that comes with every film as your bible Find the lighting situation for your particular scene OP the mlormalion sheet and set your came'a at the shutter soeed wriicK n most cases is 30 60 125 and 250 Tnese numbers indicate fractions of a second and mean and 0 of a second Use the same guide to set the I- nurrbers on the camera lens moi nt These indicate the size of the lens opening on your camera This is what lelps you to take properly exposed pictures by con- trolling the amount of light trtat reaches the film I ve given you a lot to Digest this week If there's something you don't under- stand or if other problems should arise please feel free to give me a can at Kwik Kolor KWIK KOLOR College Mall Phone 327-4884 Wednesday, August 14 Pilon joins Collaborators 12 30 O Truth or Consequences (D Bewitched Q The Doctors 1 00 O Movie The White Birch OJ Movie Island of Terror Q) News O Another World 1 30 O Match Game (D One Life to Live 2 00 O Pyramid O Tattletales 2 30 ID Somerset O> Name that Tune O Mike Douglas B Our Town 3 00 O Another World O Thirty From O Jeopardy 3 30 a Edge of Night IB What's the Good Word O General Hospital 4 00 O Forest Rangers (D Anything You Can Do Q Joker's Wild O Split Second 4 30 O Odessey The Rookies O News ID Brady Bunch 5 00 O Hollywood Squares O News fl) Password 5 25 9 00 O a ;