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The biggest advantage of natural light is the price. It is readily available and doesn’t cost much to harness or enhance. Also, creating an effective lighting setup can be achieved by simply observing and making adjustments. If nothing changes and … Continue reading
Cinematographer Ryan E. Walters, whose instructional videos we have featured before, has recently released new, updated versions of his custom Sekonic camera profiles. “Digital cameras,” he writes, “cannot be treated like film cameras.” Each camera system interprets light differently. These … Continue reading
We last heard about cinematographer Ryan E. Walters of Portland, Oregon on the Sekonic site, he was featured in the Sekonic ProSpeak series. He’s now running a highly-educational behind-the-scenes blog called Lighting Alchemy. If you have any interest in making … Continue reading