Digital Photography 1 on 1
Can you get a perfect photo in camera, or do you always need to fix it in post-production? Mark Wallace takes a controversial stand.
In this episode Mark Wallace boldly declares that it is not possible to get a perfect exposure in camera, then sets out to prove it. He guides us through his creative process to demonstrate why it’s not possible to get it right in camera. Join Mark in the studio for a hands-on demonstration that shows how he uses photography fundamentals to achieve his final images. Does he get what he wants? After watching this video, do you agree with him or not?
- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom V4 Software for Managing and Showcasing Large Volumes of Digital Images, Windows and Macintosh Compatible
- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Software Upgrade for Mac and Windows
- Kenko KCM-3100 Professional Digital Color Temperature Meter, Ambient or Flash Light
- Sekonic PRODIGI COLOR C-500R Photographic Color Meter Built-in Wireless Triggering Module for Digital & Film
- Sekonic L-758DR DigitalMaster, Programmable Digital Flash & Ambient Exposure Meter
- Lowel Tota-light Quartz Halogen Broad Light with 750 Watt, 120 volt EMD lamp LLT1101
Westcott Pro 8' Free Sliding Lightstand
- Sekonic Exposure Profile Target
- PhotoVision 14 inch Pocket One-Shot Digital Calibration Target
- X-Rite ColorChecker Passport
- Tether Tools TetherPro USB 2.0 A Male to Mini-B 5 Pin Cable
- Tether Tools Table Aero Traveler for Small Footprint Note/Netbooks, Precision Crafted 16 x 14in, Black
Learn more at the Adorama Learning Center:
- Know your camera’s limits
- White Balance — AdoramaTV
- Shooting Tethered using Lightroom-AdoramaTV
- Lightroom Versus Photoshop—AdoramaTV
- Dynamic Range—AdoramaTV
- Metering, Part III: Using a light meter—AdoramaTV
- Raw vs. JPEG—AdoramaTV
Connect with Mark Wallace on Facebook or Twitter, or visit the AdoramaTV channel on YouTube.