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Den Lennie, the DP and founder of F-Stop Academy, talks about how a light meter helps him light for video in “Free Film Making Tip #3.” He uses the Sekonic L-308DC DigiCineMate in order to demonstrate how easy it is … Continue reading
In this interview, published by Mac-On-Campus, Aimee Baldridge interviews cinematographer and educator Tal Lazar about the role of metering in filmmaking. When asked what he learned about the DTS program when he first tested it, he replies: “I’ve used the … Continue reading
Creative people new to digital filmmakers often ask themselves the following two questions. “Do you really need a light meter?” and “What’s the point now that we have digital technology?” If you’ve asked these questions, lighting guru and cinematographer Ryan E. … Continue reading