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Vintage Lighting
from Christopher Grey
Christopher Grey
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Octavian Cantilli Shoots FlowRider Surfing
In this article from our Professional Photographers on Light Metering series, Octavian Cantilli explains how he used two lighting setups to capture action shots of surfers.
Octavian Cantilli
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Metering a Fashion Shoot
In this article from our Professional Photographers on Light Metering series, Octavian Cantilli divulges all the details of his lighting setups and metering techniques for fashion shoots with white, gray, and black backgrounds.
Octavian Cantilli
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Metering for Large Format Film
In this article from our Professional Photographers on Light Metering series, Guy Rhodes shares his metering techniques and explains why it's essential to use a handheld meter for his 4x5 film images.
Guy Rhodes
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Ambient Light Metering
In this article from our Professional Photographers on Light Metering series, photojournalist C.S. Muncy explains how he uses a handheld meter in the field to get precise exposures with black-and-white film.
C.S. Muncy
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Professional Photographers on Light Metering: C.S. Muncy
Photojournalist C.S. Muncy explains why switching from an in-camera meter to a handheld Sekonic immediately improved the quality of his photos in this introduction to his series of articles on using a handheld meter in the field.
C.S. Muncy
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One Set, Multiple Looks
Photographer Ab Sesay explains how to use a single lighting setup to achieve multiple looks, allowing you to expand your creative options while staying within your budget and on schedule.
Ab Sesay
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Creating Simple Fill Light
Photographer Ab Sesay explains how to combine a well-defined main light with a subtle fill to create a dramatic yet flattering light.
Ab Sesay
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HDR
High-dynamic-range imaging can bring out highlight and shadow detail in your photos and let you apply a range of styles, from the realistic to the surreal. Jim Zuckerman explains how to capture the exposures you need to work creatively with HDR.
Jim Zuckerman
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Soft Retro Lighting
Christopher Grey explains how to recreate the look of portrait lighting from the 1950s.
Christopher Grey
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