Subject: Re: raw 3.1 professional custom profiles for highend digital cameras
> it isn't a "brand issue" so much as it's a "type issue". Basically, reflected light or incident light meters are designed to measure light to expose FILM, with film's responce curve
I've had nothing but trouble with incident readings in daylight (serious underexposure) and I keep thinking...what, have I simply forgotten everything I knew years ago about making light-readings? It used to be like breathing in and breathing out! What's up with this, anyway?
Then again, when I take a flash-reading with the same meter that's giving me fits outdoors, the exposures (20D) are typically right on the money. Go figure...
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