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    Quote Originally Posted by student
    I think you have a typo there.

    It should be: EXPOSE FOR THE SHADOWS. DEVELOP FOR THE HIGHLIGHTS
    Yes, is the other way round, the one I mention earlier it should be for transparency. This one is for negative.

    Thnaks for poniting em uot.

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    I have L608. It's good but a bit bulky for travelling. Yet still bring it for my travel cause I shoot slides. It's also good if you need to combine ambient light and fill light.

    If you want to shoot in studio, you must have this tools. It's for multiple light reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnan
    I have L608. It's good but a bit bulky for travelling. Yet still bring it for my travel cause I shoot slides. It's also good if you need to combine ambient light and fill light.

    If you want to shoot in studio, you must have this tools. It's for multiple light reading.
    Thanks adnan for your advise. I got the Sekonic Dualmaster L-558 instead as Sekonic have stop production for L-608.
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