1. At the Bench: Sekonic SpectroMaster C-700 Color Meter


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    The Sekonic SpectroMaster C-700 color temperature meter provides data to determine a light’s color temperature and compare it to other lighting instruments. In this blog, I present several lighting situations and how using different modes can determine a desired lighting setup. The C-700 is feature rich and can be used for numerous lighting tasks. I will also take a look at lighting under tungsten and LED source setups. To read the full post, visit our blog: http://blog.abelcine.com/2015/06/23/at-the-bench-sekonic-spectromaster-c-700-color-meter/

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    • Lichtmesser: Sekonic und Lumu


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      In diesem Film geben wir euch einen kleinen Überblick über zwei unterschiedliche Lichtmesser, den Sekonic 478d und den Lumu. Außerdem zeigen wir kurz die grobe Bedienung. Mehr Informationen über die beiden Lichtmesser gibt es bei uns im Blog: http://dielichtfaenger.com/lichtmesser/

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      • What's in your kit bag with Jason Wingrove


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        Everybody wants to know "What's in your kit bag?" one of the most common questions asked of every filmmaker, DP, audio engineer and other industry professionals. In this episode, we talk to Jason Wingrove, a Sydney based director shooting TVC, documentary & high end corporate projects world wide. What's in Jason's kit bag: Crumpler Shoulder Bag Grid-It by Cocoon Suunto Tandem Vocas Hand grip RØDE Broadcaster Dog Schidt modified lenses Follow Jason and check out his work at: http://www.wingrove.tv http://www.twitter.com/wingrove Want to share what's in your kit bag? post a video or pic and tag it with #WIYKB for a chance to be featured on our channels.

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        • Sekonic Spectromaster C-700R - Unboxing


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          Sekonic Spectromaster C-700R - Unboxing

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          • What's in your kit bag with Ben Allan ACS - No Camera Kit Bag


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            Everybody wants to know "What's in your kit bag?" one of the most common questions asked of every filmmaker, DP, audio engineer and other industry professionals. In this episode, we talk to Ben Allan ACS. A cinematographer who has worked on numerous TVCs, music videos & prime time drama. Interestingly, you will not find a camera in this kit bag. What's in Ben's kit bag: Lowepro CompuDaypack Contrast viewing glass (Pan Glass) Sekonic L-508c Digital Light Meter Sekonic Studio Deluxe Analog Light Meter Director's Viewfinder RØDE i-XY Follow Ben and check out his work at: http://www.twitter.com/benallanacs http://www.benallanacs.com http://www.thefilmbakery.com Want to share what's in your kit bag? post a video or pic and tag it with #WIYKB for a chance to be featured on our channels.

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            • Behind The Scenes - Lifestyle photoshoot at Österlen.


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              This behind the scenes video is focused on the photo gear that we used during our photoshoot. Gear for this video: Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Canon 85 mm f/1,2. Edited in Adobe Premiere. No colouring. Gear list: Hasselblad H5D-50c Hasselblad 210 mm f/4 HC Auto Focus Lens Gitzo Carbon 6X GT3531 Really Right Stuff Bh-L Really Right Stuff Ballhead Bh-55LR Profoto B1 500 AirTTL Profoto Air Remote Profoto Zoom Reflector Manfrotto 420B Sekonic Litemaster Pro-L 478DR (Pocket Wiz) California Sunbounce Sun-Scrim Kit 8x8” Apple MacBook Pro 15” Godox LP-800X Portable Battery Pack F-stop Loka Pelican Case 1510 With Dividers Pelican Case 1490 CC1 Laptop Case Think Tank Pixel Sunscreen V.2.0 QPcard Thanks Helena Gustavsson, Niklas Rosendahl and Goecker (www.goecker.se)

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              • Your Portraits’ Color and Exposure are not Perfect – but they can be!


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                Learn more: http://bit.ly/1qxfZzj Learn how adding two tools to your photo arsenal can save you tons of time and money. The Sekonic L-478 and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport will change your life for the better. Some people believe that the color and exposure from their cameras is perfect. Or even good enough. We believe that is so far from true, that we’re willing to prove it. Join us for a free live video demonstrating how to combine a Sekonic L-478 and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport to nail exposure and color from the get-go. Why should you care? Great question. Because you might not be aware of how much time you spend fixing photos during post-processing. Wouldn't you rather spend more time making them look like you want them to than fixing errors? Consider that... Join Joe Brady as he shows tried-and-true methods to make your portrait sessions less about the tech, leaving more room to connect with your clients and make extraordinary photographs. He’ll cover available light, studio flash and more. Be warned, once you watch this webinar, there is no going back to “not knowing” about how to do it better. Equipment list: Sekonic L-478 X-Rite ColorCheckerPassport Sony a7r camera Sony 70-200 f4 lens PocketWizard Plus III Sony HVL-F60 Flash Adobe Lightroom 5

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                • Perfect Exposure and Color for Landscape Photography


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                  Learn more: http://bit.ly/1ysDZh0 Why You Need the Sekonic L-758DR and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Today’s digital cameras are so advanced that every shot should be perfect – shouldn’t they? The reality is that though cameras continue to get more advanced, they still have no idea about the image they are capturing. They have +/- auto exposure overrides, flash overrides and color temperature presets. Why is that? Because the camera can only make a guess at what it is “seeing.” The combination of the Sekonic L-758DR meter and X-Rite’s ColorChecker Passport eliminate guessing and provide you with the information you need for perfect exposure and color in your landscape photography. Join host Joe Brady as he demonstrates how these tools will shorten editing time, provide more accurate color and keep you from losing highlight details - the payoff is a better Landscape Photography experience. Equipment list: Sekonic L-758DR Sekonic DTS software X-Rite ColorCheckerPassport Sony a7r mirrorless fullframe Sony 24-70 f4 Zeiss Lens 10-stop ND Filter MeFoto Roadtrip TravelTripod Lightroom 5

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