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Get It Right In-Camera—Shoot More and Edit Less! Part 2: Measuring and Evaluating Light in Landscape Photography


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July 16, 2012 · Published by Sekonic

Join host Joe Brady in this new series of educational sessions about controlling, measuring, and evaluating light. The primary goal is to shoot more and edit less, so that your image-editing time is devoted to creative enhancements—not time wasted trying to fix problems.

For landscape photographers, capturing the best image data possible means better final image quality, less editing, and the best possible print. Join host Joe Brady for this free webinar on using a handheld light meter out in the field and on location to ensure that this happens.

This webinar discusses topics including:

• Evaluating the scene
• Ambient metering
• Protecting the highlights
• Shooting "to the right"
• Metering for HDR: when does it become necessary?
• Compensating for filters

Featured photographer: Joe Brady

Featured gear:
L-308S Flashmate
L-358 FlashMaster

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