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Category Archives: L-758DR
Graphic designers often make great photographers. They already have a fine tuned eye for composition and color and once they get the more technical bits down, they’re off and running. Jorge Queiroz is no exception. We first ran into his … Continue reading →
With the launch of Amazon.com in 1995, the online retail experience had arrived to stay. What the launch of that site also heralded was the decline of the tactile shopping experience. Without being able to hold a book or garden … Continue reading →
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Finding great photographers you didn’t know of before is always a thrill. Here’s a great behind-the-scenes story about Anne Stephenson of Salt Lake City, Utah. I was particularly drawn to her food photography, which gets front row treatment on her … 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 →
Aaron Nace of Phlearn, presents this behind the scenes video of his shoot, Light My Fire. Since this is a complicated shoot in terms of lighting, he builds his setup one light at a time. He starts with a red-gelled … Continue reading →
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Shutter Angle is a relatively new blog promising to be a great resource for digital filmmakers. In their ongoing article series, Exposure Tools for Digital Video, they give an overview of many of the exposure tools available to filmmakers and … Continue reading →
Professional Photography Magazine has published an in-depth review of the Sekonic L-758DR and DTS V3.0 in their October issue. The review is focused on capturing the optimum exposure, an exposure in which “all the scene’s exposure values are within the … Continue reading →
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Photographer and Photoshop guru Glyn Dewis is known for his complex composite work. He recently co-hosted a workshop in the Netherlands with Frank Doorhof, a photographer and educator, who, along with some lens troubles, convinced him to start using a … Continue reading →
A press release has been posted regarding the release of Version 3 of the Sekonic Digital Transfer Software. Sekonic Announces Upgrade to its Data Transfer Software Total exposure accuracy now available for photographers and videographers North White Plains, NY (June … Continue reading → Continue reading
Growing up in Buffalo, New York, after high school, Kevin M. Connors headed for sunny Arizona State University as a Geology major. He did his graduate work in Education, and tried teaching for a few years. “I needed my job … Continue reading → Continue reading