Archive for October, 2008

K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Sekonic)

October 20, 2008

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!

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HEY, PARDNER, IS THAT A SEKONIC 358 IN YOUR HOLSTER?

October 3, 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!