Why You Need a Light Meter for Photography

November 24, 2011
Ok, we admit, the meter in your camera is pretty good. It gives you excellent exposures a lot of the time. But if you're a professional photographer, a lot of the time isn't enough of the time. For starters, you can't measure strobe lights with your camera's built in meter. You have to chimp your way to a proper exposure. Shoot, adjust. Shoot, adjust. Shoot, adjust, you get the point. A handheld meter gives you precision. It lets you see the exposure at the exact location the light is falling. A meter is precise, and precise leads to repeatability. You measure your lights, you take your shots, and you adjust to get the creative results you want. That's professional control. That's light mastery.
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