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The spotmetering book:

The world's first and the most non-technical book Written for the outdoor photographer using a Manual Digital Slr or a 1990s/2000s camera using color slide / negative film. Some references are also made to black and white negative film. It includes cheat sheets for some popular Digital as well as Film cameras.



The simplified zone system book:
The world's first zone system book for Digital Cameras as well as for the outdoor photographer who has an older camera (built in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s) and using color slide / negative film. Some references are also made to black and white negative film. Also covered is
off-camera spotmetering and incident metering.

Basics of exposure, ISO, exposure time (shutter speed), aperture opening, normal exposure, correct exposure, desired exposure, equivalent exposures,…

Exposure techniques using on-camera spotmetering. Please remember that a long zoom (telephoto)  lens can convert your older camera's meter to a spotmeter.

Exposing without a meter

Neutral density and ND-Grad filter applications

Exposure cheat sheets for many of today's Digital as well as film cameras.

Basics of exposure, ISO, exposure time (shutter speed), aperture opening, normal exposure, correct exposure, desired exposure, equivalent exposures, building blocks of a ZONE, the concept,…

Exposure techniques using on-camera spotmetering. Please remember that a long zoom (telephoto)  lens can convert your older camera's meter to a spotmeter.

Exposing without a meter

Neutral density and ND-Grad filter applications

Using an off-camera spotmeter / generic spotmetering. Uses Pentax digital spotmeter as example

Using an incident meter – a generic Minolta incident meter is used as example

. How to calibrate your expensive digital camera if it consistently underexposing your images.