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Cinematographer Ryan E. Walters is serious about light. We’ve previously posted about his excellent instructional videos, custom camera profiles, and philosophy behind metering. He says, “as a cinematographer, one of my key roles is to shape and control light in … 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
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