Subject: Re: raw 3.1 professional custom profiles for highend digital cameras
Your method of calibrating for incident light is ingenious, but imposes problems for those of us who lack studio strobes with continuously variable output and incident meters that read to 0.1 EV. However, the concept is brilliant.
Most of us will probably continue to use the built in reflected light meters rather than a separate hand held device. With the advent of CPU chips in lenses which compensate for variations in aperture with lens extension or zooming (in the case of variable aperture lenses) and let us accurately set the effective aperture, a major impediment to separate meters has been removed. I totally agree with your remarks on the granularity of current exposure controls.
Of course, reflected light readings are still necessary when we can't get close enough to the subject to take incident readings such as the case in photographing mountains or a stage show.
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