Notes by Dr. Optoglass: How to Read Light for Exposure

Topics Covered: Light meter – Incident and Reflective Lux, EV and Common Scenarios The Inverse Square Law Art is never finished, only abandoned – Leonardo da Vinci Now that we know what an exposure is, we are ready to measure it. There are two ways in which to do this: Using an incident light meter […]

Notes by Dr. Optoglass: Camera Exposure

Topics Covered: Exposure and Camera Exposure Exposure Value (EV) and Stops F-number and Shutter speeds Look and think before opening the shutter. The heart and mind are the true lens of the camera – Yousuf Karsh This is how a camera works: The sensor is a jar that can take in light till a certain […]

ETTR – Expose to the Right

To improve signal to noise ratio (S/N), many professionals advocate ETTR (Expose to the right) when faced with low contrast scenes. The Luminous Landscape has two great articles by Michael Reichmann explaining this here and here. You might want to read them first before going on. I decided to test this to see for myself […]