How to Use a light meter in camera Studio Strobes


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Using a light meter in camera

Well, up until now we've kind of been eyeballing the shot seeing if it's bright enough or if it's too dark, but that's not the best way to shoot. As a matter of fact, there are some great in camera options that can help you make sure that your image isn't too dark. Or too bright, or in other words properly exposed. So the first thing I'm going to do is quickly take another picture of Valerie. And when I look at the playback I want to look at the histogram. Now I can get to the histogram on my camera by just pressing the info button a couple of times.

You may need to check your manual to see how to enable it on playback. So the nice thing about a histogram, and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to be able to read one. Is the left side of the image shows me all the dark pixels and the right side of the image shows me all the bright pixels. Now if I look at this histogram I can tell myself, yeah it's a little bit dark. I know there's a lot of black elements in h...

Using a light meter in camera
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Using a light meter in camera provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Abba Shapiro and Richard Harrington as part of the Up and Running with Studio Strobes

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