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I scanned the Kodak exposure cheat sheet we were talking about a couple of weeks ago. For some reason, it was difficult to scan. I made a large file, but if you download it you have to enlarge it to be legible. Sorry for anyone with dialup. If you find it useful just bump the posting. Stu
Iīve downloaded it. Thanks for a good job. Itīll be of great help for those (like me) who carry a meterless camera all day long!
Glad it was helpful Ernesto. It's from the pocket book Kodak was kind enough to discontinue. I guess they are going to forget the people that kept them in business for 100 years. Stu
Yes, thanks here also for taking the time to do this.
Nice chart to carry around.
Thx Stu...I'm still having troubles shooting without flash at night...
Remind me of Fred Parker's exposure computer, which I have used before, and need to practice some more. His guidelines have been helpful for me. His version can be found at:
Since I got a light meter I have become a bit lazy. This is a great impetus for me to start thinking again. Thanks
Thanks, Stu. What I've been doing lately is to practice predicting EVs and then checking with the meter in my SP. Today I was waiting for my snow tires to be installed, and at one point I noticed the light outside changed dramatically. My back was to the south-facing windows of the shop, and I made a mental note that for my APX 400, it would be EV 14. When my car was ready, I went out and I was spot on. Now to work on low light and indoor values.
Charts like this and the one that Doug posted help point in the right direction.
I remember when I was a kid my dad used a meterless Ciro 35mm with a Wollensak lens and shot mostly transparancies. Most were exposed fine. I seem to remember Kodak had a little exposure guide packaged with the film in that little Kodak yellow film can? Simple times.
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