Do you know how you can use light to tell deeper, more meaningful stories? Learning to embrace the use of a light meter can drastically improve your understanding of light and how it falls in any given space. Understanding light, what a stop of light is, and how to work with a meter can drastically improve your speed and consistency as a shooter. More than that, they can add confidence to your decisions you make about light.
Join us to learn the basics of light meters and how you can use them in the field.
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Welcome to the language of light! In the Lighting 100 series of videos you will be taken through the basic concepts you need to understand and master in order to creatively use light to tell visual stories. In episode 101 Ryan reveals the need for, and the use of the light meter, an often overlooked and misunderstood tool. But through the proper use and understanding, it can allow you to shape light in a whole new way.
At the end of this video I show a couple of helpful tips for working with the Sekonic L-758Cine, and make mention of additional tips on my blog. You can find these tips here: http://www.ryanewalters.com/Blog/blog.php?id=5855694556099186053