Exposure Control

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Sekonic has announced the bundling of two of its innovative Litemaster Pro light meters with the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport, to simplify the process of getting the best exposures and most accurate colors from your camera.

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1 year ago
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In this B&H Video, David Brommer starts with cave paintings, quickly works his way through Egyptian and Medieval art and arrives in the Renaissance to demonstrate the advancement of composition and the birth of the Rule of Thirds.

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2 years ago
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This useful video uses four camcorders to clearly demonstrate a few tips that should help you improve the quality of your video recordings. The four camcorders used to illustrate these concepts are the Canon VIXIA HF M50, the Sony PJ580V, the Panasonic HC-X900K and the JVC EVERIO GZ-EX210.

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The Sekonic L-478 series is a highly unique and innovative light meter that offers the first ever color touch-screen interface to facilitate still and cine incident light as well as flash metering capabilities. This visual interface lends itself to a more intuitive workflow through the ability to adapt the meter to your own workflow and needs.

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2 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Photographer Neil van Niekerk shows how to get to correct exposure, find beautiful light, and enhance existing light with controlled use of flash.

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Photographer Neil van Niekerk shows how to get to correct exposure, find beautiful light, and enhance existing light with controlled use of flash.

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2 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Photographer Neil van Niekerk shows how to get to correct exposure, find beautiful light, and enhance existing light with controlled use of flash.

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2 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Photographer Neil van Niekerk shows how to get to correct exposure, find beautiful light, and enhance existing light with controlled use of flash.

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2 years ago
Buying Guide

Light meters work by measuring the ambient or reflected light levels within the area you plan on photographing. Using medium gray, or 18% gray as a reference point, the meter takes this information and converts it to a combination of shutter speeds and lens-aperture openings. 

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3 years ago
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We should begin this treatise by clearly stating that the Sunny 16 rule is nothing new, and if anything it’s a formula that’s been kicking around since the early days of picture taking. It’s also worth noting that the Sunny 16 rule has held true through every technological breakthrough from tinplates straight through modern-day digital imaging.

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3 years ago