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  • 1. PHOTO 1 QUIZ REVIEW REVIEW THE STEPS FOR PROCESSING 35mm FILM you DO NOT need to memorize the times! but you should know what the steps do! 1. Water Rinse - cleans off dust 2. Developer - oxidizes the silver that got exposed to light (makes it dark!) 3. Stop Bath - stops the developing process 4. Fixer - removes unexposed silver from the film (allows there to be clear / light areas in your negatives!) don’t pour it down the drain! 5. Water Rinse - cleans off chemicals 6. Perma Wash - cleans off fixer even more 7. Water Rinse - cleans off Perma Wash 8. Photo Flo - prevents water spots, protects negatives
  • 2. APERTURE in this light meter.... if this is lit up, it is OVER-exposed (too much light) + if this is lit up, the picture will be well exposed This light meter tells you where your exposure is based on your shutter speed and aperture settings. You want to change your settings until the triangle is on “zero” - meaning it is balanced - not OVERexposed or UNDER-exposed. + + • - if this is lit up, it is UNDER-exposed (too little light) This light meter is giving you “stops” - example: if the triangle is on “-1”, it is one “stop” UNDER-exposed. To fix this, you could change either your aperture or shutter speed by ONE stop in the direction of allowing in MORE light. -2 1000 500 250 125 60 30 15 8 4 2 1 22 16 11 8 1 2 APERTURE You choose the _________ and then the camera recommends (by lighting up inside the viewfinder)... SHUTTER SPEED ...the _________________ to set your camera to. If it is BLINKING on the top or bottom number, it means the camera can’t find a shutter speed that works with your aperture in the current conditions. In this case, change your aperture. SHUTTER SPEED This light meter is a _________________ Priority light meter. SHUTTER SPEED You choose the ______________ and the camera recommends (by lighting up inside the viewfinder)... APERTURE ...the _____________ to set your camera to. 4 2 0 APERTURE This light meter is a ___________ Priority light meter. 5.6 2.8 -1 If it is BLINKING on the top or bottom number, it means the camera can’t find an aperture that works with your shutter speed in the current conditions. In this case, change your shutter speed. On the quiz, you will be given several examples (one each of the types shown above) of light meters. For each example, you will be told what settings you (as the photographer) have chosen. You will be shown what the camera is telling you. Then you will be asked what you should change in order to get a properly exposed photograph. In this example, the camera is telling you that for ƒ22, which you have chosen, even at 1 second you can’t get enough light.You would need to open your aperture to let in more light (a smaller number, such as ƒ5.6) and check again to see what shutter speed the camera now recommends. ƒ22 blinking! 1000 500 250 125 60 30 15 8 4 2 1