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Category Archives: L-358
Photographer Travis Lawton published a substantial, in-depth review of the Sekonic L-358 light meter on The Phoblographer site. Some photographers these days have left their light meter by the wayside as cameras’ internal meters have become more sophisticated. Some photographers … Continue reading
Outside of advancing technology, it’s not often you hear a photographer talking about anything positive happening during the recession which began for most commercial shooters in late 2007. Brian Smith is not your typical photographer. As a professional shooter for … Continue reading
Sometimes there are good anecdotes about how someone became a professional photographer. This is one of them. John Chapple’s story is human and funny and honest. You could see it as the backstory to a character in a Wes Anderson film. … Continue reading
Growing up in Buffalo, New York, after high school, Kevin M. Connors headed for sunny Arizona State University as a Geology major. He did his graduate work in Education, and tried teaching for a few years. “I needed my job … Continue reading
Photographer Mike Tittel has blogged about a shoot in the Bonneville Salt Flats State Park featuring the Brazilian art form capoeira. The salt flats on the desert between Nevada and Utah have some gorgeous light, as seen in the video … Continue reading
After a 13 year stint as a musician in Boston, Charles Silverman returned to his home state of Connecticut to pursue a design career. While working as a designer at some larger agencies, he noticed a pattern when working for … Continue reading
The gang of pro lifestyle wedding photographers who make up Bui Photography ran a review of the Sekonic L-358 light meter. This is a great introduction to why shooters need dedicated light meters, and to the L-358 in particular. Even … Continue reading
We came across this recent blog post by Richard Bui, of Richard Bui Photography. This extremely well-written post goes into detail on the importance of shooting with a light meter in hand and how it will ultimately save photographers time and money. He recommends the Sekonic L-358 and RT-32 remote trigger module. Continue reading
Mark Wallace is back with the third Adorama video of a four-part series on metering. This installment focuses on how to use a light meter. He breaks down the key elements of the “exposure triangle,” which are aperature value, shutter speed, … Continue reading