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Exposing Low-key Bodyscapes

You can simply use my settings. That is f/11, ISO 100 and 250ws of flash if you use a striplight as your modifier. However, in any case, you will have to make the first photo and check, whether you like the exposure or not. If it is too dark for your taste, dial up the flash.

There is nothing no such thing as "correct exposure"

I answered the question regarding what metering mode to use. It hit me, that there is actually no such thing as a "correct exposure". There is an exposure that you like and there are exposures that you don't like.

Size does not matter!

For me, the Mirrorless Camera is the new DSLR. Let's say it all together: "Size does not matter"

(via SnapChat @michaelzelbel)

 

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The shooting shown in this post is explained in Issue 14 of Good Light! Mag: http://www.goodlightmag.com/mag-issue-14

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