hahaha.. I also read magazine, and it says shoot under... well... it depens on what you want actually. It is so much easier now a days with the LCD screen. You are not shooting with film and you can always check your histogram if most of the pixels lies in the region you wanted.
This is what I do normally.
I have calibrated my hand (palm) with a grey card ( 18% grey ). My palm is +1.3 OVER. therefore, before I shoot portrait, I normally place my palm facing the lightsource and close enough to the lens , so that the lens captures the metering of my palm. The metering should show +1.3 stop.
After that, I stop down 0.3 step ( prefer shutter adjust ) and start to shoot already ( without looking at the metering ), just concentrate on composition.
again , this is what I do, doesn't mean it is correct... , just sharing my knowledge.
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This is challenge is what I call "Motion Shoot". Get a model. Photographer in motion with the model, like follow the model around the area. Shoot along the area the model went. This concept had been practiced in overseas. Very well executed. Who want to take the challenge?
good morning butties... thanks for the photoshop tips sharing on page 6..
i'm feeling slpy..
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Any expert care to explain the Zone System?
I think by understanding the Zone System u will be able to understand exposure better.
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