03/07/2013 1:00 PM EDT - The Perfect Exposure and Perfect Color Toolkit




A free Webinar sponsored by Sekonic and X-Rite

Join Joe Brady as he demonstrates the tools you need to get perfect exposure and perfect color for every shot you take. No guessing. No chimping. Just great digital captures.

Joe will take you through the process of creating an exposure profile and calibrating one of Sekonic¹s L-478 meters to your camera. He will also show you how to get the very best color with the least amount of post process when using Adobe® Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6.

 

Webinar: The Perfect Color and Perfect Exposure Toolkit

Equipment List:
Sekonic L-478 DR Bundle  
Sekonic spot meter attachment
X-Rite ColorChecker Passport with Sekonic Grey Card
Lightroom 4
Photoshop CS6
CAMERA: Sony Alpha 99 – 24 mega pixel full frame
LENS: Sony zeiss 24-70 2.8



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Hi Joe, I love your Sekonic webinars and have learned a great deal from them. You refer to spot metering for the brightest part of the image and then... More
Hi Joe, I love your Sekonic webinars and have learned a great deal from them. You refer to spot metering for the brightest part of the image and then opening up by two stops. You use the ISO 2 button to give you the correct reading. Can I do this with my L358 meter, (I have the 1 deg. attachment), and if so can you explain how to set it? Or can it only be done on the L758? Many thanks and greetings from London. Barry. Close
Sekonic Web Team
Hi Barry - thanks for your review and for reaching out. We have forwarded your question to Joe.
Hi Barry - thanks for your review and for reaching out. We have forwarded your question to Joe. Close
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Joe - great webinars thanks. I have both the CCP & 478DR (CE) and running on OS X 10.9 Maverick. TheFW has been updated to 18_01.016, DTS v4. I can ... More
Joe - great webinars thanks. I have both the CCP & 478DR (CE) and running on OS X 10.9 Maverick. TheFW has been updated to 18_01.016, DTS v4. I can create and load profiles from DTS to the 478 however I am unable to edit the clipping points. When trying to edit a profile the profile does not load and so changes can be made. I can load a profile for printing however. This happens even under v3 and windows 7. Camera is Canon 700D What I have managed to do is change the default values which helps when creating a new profile but still unable to adjust the clipping points. What other settings do I need to change to be able to adjust an existing profile? Close
Sekonic Web Team
Thanks for your rating and review. We have sent your question to Joe, who will be in touch shortly.
Thanks for your rating and review. We have sent your question to Joe, who will be in touch shortly. Close
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Love Joe Brady! Honest, sincere, personable. Workaround a if you don't have something. Would love to attend one of his workshops! Thanks for clear... More
Love Joe Brady! Honest, sincere, personable. Workaround a if you don't have something. Would love to attend one of his workshops! Thanks for clearing up the confusion on the Exposure Profile Target/II. Would appreciate it if Sekonic would amend their directions to reflect your sentiments on this. Thanks for all the information! Close
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great webinar , step by step instructions . Thanx
great webinar , step by step instructions . Thanx Close
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This was a really "complete" presentation on the "nuts-and-bolts" of using a flash meter and creating a camera-specific profile. Joe answered the ques... More
This was a really "complete" presentation on the "nuts-and-bolts" of using a flash meter and creating a camera-specific profile. Joe answered the questions in a manner that made real sense to the working photographer and advanced user. Again, great job...I'll be waiting for more from Sekonic. Close
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