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Old Mar 6, 2010, 4:13 PM   #11
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Why do you want to measure incident light? Light is not incidental to photography, it is essential.

Maybe you really need an essential light meter.

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Why do you want to measure incident light? Light is not incidental to photography, it is essential.

Maybe you really need an essential light meter.

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Incident light is the revealed, mystic, objective Truth of light. Alleluia!
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Old Mar 9, 2010, 8:47 PM   #13
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Incident light is the revealed, mystic, objective Truth of light. Alleluia!
But can only be seen by a camera as reflected light - unless you are taking picture of the sun.
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I was going to immediately reply, but believe instead that I will pause for reflection.

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