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Important notice to camera fans Canadian Pacific Railway Company 1961

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Canadian (facifa
THE ONLY SCENIC DOME ROUTE
ACROSS CANADA
mportant notice to
fans On this trip you will pass through some of Canada's most picturesque areas on the
world's longest dome ride . . . and from your vantage point in Canadian Pacific
Scenic Domes you'll be able to enjoy the view more than ever. You'll want to record
some of these scenes on film . . . and you can, right from your seat. For best
results, however, these simple rules should be observed for both still and
motion pictures:
with
BLACK-AND-WHITE FILM
Set shutter speed and
aperture to suit outdoor
light conditions, then allow
one extra lens stop to
compensate for the glass
in the dome. (With fixed speed, fixed lens aperture
cameras, take pictures only in bright sunlight!)
Hold the camera as close as possible to the glass
to minimize reflection . . . and, unless you're trying
for a special effect, shoot away from the sun.
Remember, the train is travelling at varying rates
of speed, pnd objects close to the right-of-way
must be photographed at a fast shutter speed.
Slower shutter speeds, however, can be used in
photographing distant objects and subjects at an
angle of less than 45 degrees to the train's line
of motion.
For
COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS
BY METER
1. Use daylight colour film. Consult your camera
dealer about filters.
2. Scenic-Dome glass tends to intensify green but
good results can be obtained without filter by
increasing exposure by one full stop over the
reading given by your exposure meter.
BY TABLE OR GUIDE
3. When exposure is
determined on the basis
of exposure tables or
O guides for the prevailing
exterior daylight condition
the estimated exposure
should be increased
as follows:—
a. Exposure    increase    for    Daylight    Colour    film
through top window, with filter: 2 stops.
b. Exposure    increase    for    Daylight    Colour    film
through side windows, with filter: IV2 stops.
c. Exposure    increase   for    black    and    white    film
through top windows, without filter:  1  stop.
d. Exposure   increase  for  side  windows  for   black
and white film, without filter: V2 stop.

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