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Category Archives: L-358
Ian Brenes is a photographer in Vancouver, Washington whom I stumbled on while researching shooters on the Internet. When I found out he is only 21, I felt like I had stumbled in real life. His work is professional and … Continue reading →
Michael Grecco is an L.A. based photographer who’s shot everything from celebrities as part of the Got Milk? campaign to the subcultures of Miami Beach. In this video, go behind the scenes with him on a shoot for a six … Continue reading →
Mark Wallace of AdoramaTV reviews the Sekonic L-358 and L-758DR light meters, revealing why he depends on them for all of his shoots, both inside and outside of the studio. He first reviews the features the meters have in common, … Continue reading →
You’ve got your key light and your fill light, but what’s your lighting ratio? In other words, how do you figure out what the exposure difference is between your two, three, or however many lights you have on set? In … Continue reading →
Why doesn’t your light meter match your camera? In this episode of AdoramaTV, Mark Wallace answers just that question using the Sekonic L-358, one of our most popular meters. Different cameras measure light differently. Some work in full stops, others … Continue reading →
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Christine Walsh-Newton is a portrait photographer based in Ohio whose blog Wootness: The Big Girl’s and Guy’s Guide to Starting a Photography Business offers frank, direct (or brutal, some might say) advice on all aspects of running your own photography … Continue reading →
Rafael Lobo runs Zoltar Design, which offers design, photo, and illustration work out of his studio in Brazil. We found his work via flickr, where we were impressed by the clean style of his jewelry photography. His thoughts and images … Continue reading →
Kerry Garrison of Camera Dojo uses a Sekonic L-358 to explain why and how you should use a light meter in this basic tutorial. Using a light meter, he says, is “fast, efficient, reliable, accurate, all the nice little adjectives … Continue reading →
Bryan Gateb, a California-based photographer specializing in glamour photography, just got the L-478DR and has the review to prove it. Looking to upgrade his L-358, Bryan was most interested in the L-478DR’s built in ControlTL transmitter, remote power control of … Continue reading →
Photographer and educator Frank Doorhof has done it all. Starting out as a young photo hobbyist, he then started a computer company, dove into video, gave that up to shoot for magazines, and then started over again as a photo … Continue reading →
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