Video clip Ranking: 2 / five
Tags: Exposure, Learn, Light, Metering, Photography, Understanding
This entry was posted on Saturday, June 2nd, 2012 at 12:28 pm and is filed under Photo Tips.
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you do not have to be gay, but you have to be an artist, and there is nothing gay about being an artist. ask the girls.
Great! I’m going to turn lots of people on to this vid! Thru the lens metering is for the bird!!!
what lenses u used indoor portrait in studio
Useful video, Great!
Very nice ,and if you want to win a free Linco light kit for chrismas ,Jion us!
If you are not gay it will be very hard to concentrate on lightning at that kind of job…
thanks for giving us more idea that helps me a lot about photography
Why do u need light metering? Its kind of funny how most photographers need software to tell them what is proper lighting.
how did u do that? The last 3 pics look great!!!
dont you understand, he only want you to visit his website, so he gets more hits.
so he’s not tellin you anything yet.
he only makes you curious……. 😉
is this for mac?
Liked the way you have explained…. I hope there will be no issue if I embed this video on my photography portal myhobbyphotography(dot)com
so if i understand correctly….a light meter is basically to save time? because couldn’t you just experiment with different aperatures and iso settings untill you find the look you want?
Reel it in. Reel it in real good. Come on everyone sign up his course and training.
Yeah, but you can also buy each video individually.
Ok, and I learned, what!
The video includes spot metering plus a lot more that we couldn’t include in a 1 minute trailer.
Oh, and incorrect info as well… I mean, anyone should know that you have more than just a dome and a disc if you’re metering. What happened to spot metering? I have a sekonic with a 1 degree spot – guess that doesn’t exist?
very interesting, thanks