What is aperture and f-stop? A simple way to remember and deal with the numbers you see on a lens.
How to solve the problem of finding the best carry-on luggage for video work, for international airline travel.
Which is the most future-proof light meter? A comparison of the features of four light meters.
The simplest explanation of the difference between exposure latitude of a camera and its dynamic range.
To compare the photometric (light outputs) data of two fixtures is time consuming. Here’s a handy chart.
A simple explanation of what a cine lens is and how it is different to a photo lens.
This article compares many prime cine lens kits costing less than $10,000 per lens (or even less than $5,000 per lens).
If you’re a newbie, this article explains how to put together a lighting kit for video. Part One covers quantities of light in lumens, lux and wattage.
Topics Covered: Typical F-numbers for various scenarios How to find f-stop T-stop The F-numbers of the Eye If I could steal someone’s dream myself, I’d have to go for one of Orson Welles – Christopher Nolan We have all the formulas we need to calculate f-numbers at various ISOs based on lux levels. Here is […]
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 […]