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Metering 101: How to Choose a Light Meter and Why You Need OneArticle: Exposure and Metering Metering 101: How to Choose a Light Meter and Why You Need One
Ever been confused about why you need a light meter and how to choose one? Learn the basics about light meters.
Interview: Adhesive Article: Business Resources and Organizations Interview: Adhesive
Wondering how to meet New York creative professionals in a social setting? Allow Resource Magazine to introduce you to a group whose motto is "Sticking Creatives Together."
Master's Showcase: Andrew EcclesArticle: Interviews and Profiles Master's Showcase: Andrew Eccles
Andrew Eccles talks to PhotoVideoEDU about how he got his start as an assistant, how he broke out on his own, and how some of his most meaningful images affected his life and the lives of others.
Interview: Cinematographer Tal Lazar on Creating Visual Styles and Sekonic's DTSArticle: Exposure and Metering Interview: Cinematographer Tal Lazar on Creating Visual Styles and Sekonic's DTS
The cinematographer and American Film Institute Conservatory instructor talks about how the role of metering is expanding with new camera technology, how he uses Sekonic's Data Transfer Software to help create visual styles, and what pleasantly surprised
Pricing: The Black Art of PhotographyArticle: Business Practices Pricing: The Black Art of Photography
What should you charge? Photographer Jack Reznicki and lawyer Edward Greenberg address this burning question with details on how to handle pricing, licensing, negotiation, bidding, and estimating.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Cameras Big and SmallVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Cameras Big and Small
Jeff Curto examines photographers using large cameras and those using small cameras, and the importance of the choice of tools to the photographer. Does the tool drive the idea, or the idea drive the tool?
Print Is Not Dead, Part II: Traditional Darkroom to Digital Prints with Elinor CarucciVideo: Print and Material Archiving Print Is Not Dead, Part II: Traditional Darkroom to Digital Prints with Elinor Carucci
After a hectic production schedule, RETV kicks down the editing room door to unleash the next episode of Print Is Not Dead with Peter Berberian and Ryan Speth from Gotham Imaging. In this episode we meet photographer Elinor Carucci and discuss her journey
Wildlife PhotographyArticle: Exposure and Metering Wildlife Photography
Photographing animals and birds in their natural habitats requires many skills, including the ability to handle a multitude of lighting situations. Jim Zuckerman explains how to work with light when you're out in the wild.
Interview: SNL Film Unit DP Alex BuonoArticle: Filmmaking Interview: SNL Film Unit DP Alex Buono
The longtime Saturday Night Live Film Unit Director of Photography talks about scouting and lighting spots for the show on a tight schedule, how he recreates the looks of commercials and movies for parodies, and how he uses metering and monitors together

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