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April 16, 2009


Using an incident meter also tends to get you in the good habit to meter a scene once, set your exposure accordingly, and then shoot with that setting for the duration. That will give you a consistent set of shots that look like they come from the same time and place.

All I'll say is that using such a light meter taught me a ton about exposure. I'm glad I have one.

I guess I'll have to dig out my old Looney-Pro.

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