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Old November 24th, 2014, 01:40 PM
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Re: External Light Meter ..... Do You Own / Use One?

I use an incident meter when I have list of people that I'll be creating head shots of. The incident meter in this case allows me to set the light once and it will work for just about every person on that list.

When my session just has one person sitting for me, I'l probably use the built-in reflective meter. Unless of course, they're going to have several outfit changes.
Scott Flaherty
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