Proper Metering Technique: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

by admin August 12, 2018 at 2:02 am

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  1. Hallelujah and there endeth a longish period of bewilderment and confusion with so many conflicting truths from so many different voices… Logic prevails 🙂 thank you, + liked, I'm already subscribed 🙂

  2. This is great, thanks for posting the tutorial. I've been shooting film (motion picture and still photography: 35mm, 16mm, Super8, etc) for years but have only recently become interested in shooting with strobes. This is exactly the tutorial I need!

  3. Hi all, very new To photography so trying to educate myself. Does
    The light meter tell you what setting to have your camera on or just tells you what light is in the room? Thanks

  4. the meter in both cases is at different distances to the main source of the light which gives you different readings. if the source was not so close to the face the readings would most probably be the same.

  5. I loved the simplicity here. What if you have a kicker or backlight on the hair..how does knowing that exposure help though…exposing for that light source alone…should I be exposing somewhere in the middle for all light sources measured then?

  6. Exactly that i was looking for !! Fabulous. Can you give more examples, when you have keylight, fill light. Must i mesure all light together ? one by One ? face to camera or not. Example : When i mesured, the key light F8, then fill F4.. and i re mesure key light with fill light… the global mesure was changed… so On my camera i need to modify F8 to up.. but i don't want.. All because i added the fill light…. can you please advise?

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