Types of Light Meters:1. Reflected Light MeterThis type of reflected light meter is a type of light meter that calculates the light that has been reflected by the subject and then selects the camera's exposure settings (aperture, shutter speed and ISO) so that the tonal is 18% gray (gray). On a camera, to activate this feature is quite easy, namely by pressing the shutter button halfway. On an external light meter such as Sekonic, then aim or aim the tool at the midtone area that is medium or dark midtone, and then on the LCD screen it will show the exposure settings including the recommended f-stop for use.2. Incident Light MeterBy using this type of incident light meter, you can calculate the light that will be obtained on the subject of the photo. This is because the use of this mode will be able to measure directly the quantity of light that will fall on the subject, not from the reflected light.
How to use the incident light meter is to place it on the subject of the photo then point the white dome of the light meter and face it towards the light then press the button on the light meter.
Those are the two types of light meters that are commonly used. If you need a light meter, be sure to use a quality light meter such as the fluke light meter, amprobe light meter, and lutron light meter.
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