Mr. D. Rodgers from Ontario, Canada has the right idea. In four simple steps he proved the concept that Sekonic meters can be more accurate than the behind-the-lens meter. No more bracketing! Spouse grateful he didn’t buy a Maserati! Simple, yet works beautifully. Check it out and shout “woo hoo” after you read it!
Archive for October, 2008
We seldom think about the still photographer on a movie set. That’s the shooter responsible for images that can be used in advertising, public relations and marketing. They’re critical to the successful campaign promoting a film. Alas, but the role of the still photographer is a tough one. Michael Seto, NY-based photographer, has spent a lot of time on sets and knows whereof he speaks. His second blog on set photography explains how the 358 is an important part of his arsenal. Action!