the lighting ratios in the slant-board shot Photography


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Understanding the lighting ratios in the slant-board shot

All right, the power's now turned on to the heads and as you can hear there is noise from the fans. Those cooling fans serve to keep the heads from overheating as we do multiple discharges. I'm connected to my flash meter so we're, we're tethered in and we're set to do Oncor metering. What I need to do now is a series of tests across the product to determine the amount of fall off I'm getting from my light source, but I want to test only one light at a time.

And I cannot disconnect one light to meter the other, because the number of lights connected in the circuit directly affects how much power comes to each light. So I have to do this while both are connected. So what I'm going to do, this button right here, is what discharges the flash and gen, generates a reading. So I'm going to point this directly toward the strobe unit. Shield it from the fill, so I'm directing it towards the main. Press the button to fire the flash. And I get a reading of f11 and eight-tenths.

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Understanding the lighting ratios in the slant-board shot
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Understanding the lighting ratios in the slant-board shot provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Konrad Eek as part of the Product Photography for Clothes and Textiles

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