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Roman Johnston | profile | all galleries >> Place to put stuff thats not mine or for helping others >> bright_light_metering tree view | thumbnails | slideshow
Ok, as most of you know I don't like shootig in harsh light. But many have asked about metering in these hard to deal with conditions. My advice constantly is DONT if you dont have to...but if you find yourself in these conditions, it is best to expose for the subject and shoot. Todays cameras give you more lattitude for recovery, but as always establishing a solid base exposure is important to get accutrate lively colors.
01 Harsh Light 1000th per camera meter.jpg
01 Harsh Light 1000th per camera meter.jpg
02 Harsh Light 500th Grey Card meter.jpg
02 Harsh Light 500th Grey Card meter.jpg
03 Harsh Light Incident meter agrees .jpg
03 Harsh Light Incident meter agrees .jpg
04 Harsh Light shot at 500th.jpg
04 Harsh Light shot at 500th.jpg
05 Highlight Camera Exposure PP.jpg
05 Highlight Camera Exposure PP.jpg
06 Highlight GC Exposure PP.jpg
06 Highlight GC Exposure PP.jpg
06A Post Processed.jpg
06A Post Processed.jpg
07 Shade 250th per Camera Meter.jpg
07 Shade 250th per Camera Meter.jpg
08 Set Meter 80th GC Reading.jpg
08 Set Meter 80th GC Reading.jpg
09 80th per GC.jpg
09 80th per GC.jpg
10 Incident says 125th.jpg
10 Incident says 125th.jpg
11 125th per Incident meter.jpg
11 125th per Incident meter.jpg
12 BGW Test of Spyder vs WhiBal.jpg
12 BGW Test of Spyder vs WhiBal.jpg
13 Shade Spyder BGW Corrected.jpg
13 Shade Spyder BGW Corrected.jpg
14 Shade WhiBal Corrected.jpg
14 Shade WhiBal Corrected.jpg
The Power Of Shade.jpg
The Power Of Shade.jpg