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It's a Snap! Pictures really help us understand things better but many people don't know how to take them! Today, I'd like to show you how easy it is to take pictures with an automatic digital camera. You will need a light or sunny place, a simple digital camera with good batteries and a memory card in it, a little knowledge about the controls, and a subject you want to photograph. If you have all of these, then you are ready for the first step: go to the place you have chosen for your picture. You will then need to find the on and off button on your camera and turn it to the on position. With your camera on and ready to go, look for the control that says "auto", or "A". Make sure that this word is aligned with the line or mark near the control button. Now you are ready to look through the viewfinder or at the screen on the back of your camera to find your subject. If your camera has automatically turned off while you were looking for the controls, click the shutter button once. The shutter button is usually near the control wheel and near the camera on and off button. Clicking it will wake the camera back up. When you are done with this step, make sure that everything you want to show in the picture appears in the viewfinder or screen. Finally, holding the camera very still, click the shutter button. Your picture is taken! As you can see, it is pretty simple to take pictures with an automatic digital camera.
“How to Catch River Crabs”
Being a Crab Catcher is fun. First, you need a boat, but not just any boat. I recommend a 15-foot-long fiberglass boat complete with a 25-horsepower motor, extra gas in a steel can, two 13-foot-long wooden oars, two steel anchors, and enough cushions for the entire party. You will also need scoops, crab lines, a sturdy crate, and bait. Each crab line, made from heavy-duty string, is attached to a weight, and around each weight is tied the bait--a slimy, smelly, and utterly