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Manuel Photographie Hasselblad Nasa

Manuel Photographie Hasselblad Nasa

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This Astronaut’s Photography Manual has beenprepared by Hasselblad in close cooperation withthe Training and Man-Machine Divisions at theJohnson Space Center of the National Aeronau-tics and Space Administration. As a guidebookfor the NASA Photography Training Program, itnot only describes the operation of the Hassel-blad 500 EL/M cameras used on the U. S. SpaceShuttle but is also a concise manual on photog-raphy to assist astronauts in creating the bestpossible space photographs.Hasselblad cameras have performed with preci-
sion on every manned space ight since 1962
and undoubtedly future missions will continue toyield those awe-inspiring and beautiful imagesfrom space - a priceless pictorial legacy for futuregenerations.
A Hasselblad lunar data surface camera was mounted into the ShuttlePallet Satellite and operated remotely by the astronauts by means of a
radio signal to record images of the Challenger in ight.
Foreword
 
1
Sunlight coming through the windows can make beautiful "availablelight" shots. The slide is perfectly exposed for the most important part of 
the scene - the astronauts facial esh tones.
Camera Controls .............................................................................................
2
Film Magazine Controls ...................................................................................
2Viewnder Controls
......................................................................................... 3The EL/M Power Supply .................................................................................. 4Releasing the Camera ..................................................................................... 4Remote Operation ........................................................................................... 5Camera Steadiness ......................................................................................... 5Operating Modes .............................................................................................
6
Film Magazines ...........................................................................................
6, 7
Film Magazine with Databack.......................................................................... 8Permanently Attached Databack ..................................................................... 8Databack with Removable Module .................................................................. 8Changing Lenses.............................................................................................
9
Lenses ...........................................................................................................
10
Lens Controls ...........................................................................................
10, 11
Viewing ..........................................................................................................
12
Diopter Adjustment ........................................................................................
12
Focusing ........................................................................................................
13
Focusing Suggestions ...................................................................................
14
Depth of Field ....................................................................................
14, 15, 16
Depth of Field at Different Apertures .............................................................
15
Depth of Field with Different Lenses ..............................................................
16
Focusing for Depth of Field .....................................................................
17, 18
Use of Lenses....................................................................................
19, 20, 21
Lens Aperture ................................................................................................
22
Shutter Speed................................................................................................
23
Setting Aperture & Shutter Speed .................................................................
23
Changing Aperture & Shutter Speed .............................................................
24
Exposure .......................................................................................................
24
Exposure from Charts....................................................................................
24
The Exposure Meter ......................................................................................
25
ASA/ Shutter Speed Setting ..........................................................................
26Viewnder on Meter 
 .......................................................................................
26
Operating Meter.......................................................................................
26, 27
Determining Lens Settings with Exposure Meter......................................
27,28
Exposing for Sun or Shade............................................................................
29
Exposing for Slides ........................................................................................
29
Exposing for Negative Film............................................................................
29
High Contrast Scenes....................................................................................
29
Bracketing Exposure .....................................................................................
29
Exposure Techniques .................................................................................... 30Composition.......................................................................................
31, 32, 33
Obtaining the Most Effective Images .................................................
34, 35, 36
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