Mastering Exposure for Landscape Photography





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Published on Jul 23, 2013

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Landscapes with a wide contrast range can present great challenges to any photographer. If you expose for the foreground, you risk clipping the highlights in the image -- if you expose for the highlights the preview on your camera's LCD makes the entire scene look dark and in deep shadow. If you can't completely trust the preview or the histogram, what can you do?

Join host Joe Brady for this live video presentation sponsored by Sekonic and learn how to use spot metering to capture the best possible digital file for your landscape images. Then Joe will show you how just 30 seconds in Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw can transform these files into stunning images.

Equipment List:
Sekonic L-758DR
X-Rite ColorChecker Passport with Sekonic Gray Card
Benro Travel Angel II Series Carbon Fiber Tripod
Sony a-99 Camera with 24-70mm lens

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