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Making the Exposures
INSTANTANEOUS EXPOSURES
"SNAPSHOTS"

When making instantaneous exposures or snap- shots, the subject should be in broad, open sunlight, but the camera must not. The sun should be behind the back or over the shoulder of the operator. If it shines directly into the lens it will blur and fog the picture.



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