Mark Voce of West Yorkshire, England, has posted a great tutorial on spot metering. Found on his Landscape Photography Blog, Voce explains how to accurately establish what the correct exposure is on any given landscape situation which presents itself to shooters.
With his five year-old Sekonic L-558 and Hasselblad lenses synched to half-stop increments, Voce runs through some very helpful basics on starting with the darkest and brightest parts of a scene, which enables him to get the proper exposure range. He then narrows down to the ideal exposure. This is a great place to understand the essentials of landscape metering. We look forward to hearing more from this talented shooter and discussing his fine landscape work. Don’t miss the beautiful and informative content he regularly posts to his blog.