Chris, Sean, Michelle and Allan each shot a roll of film without using a light meter – and the results were all well exposed. Using the “Sunny 16″ rule and trusting their instincts, they were able to pull off perfect exposures in changing light conditions without metering.
Chris is building a camera: the Marquardt International Pinhole, a camera built by a German that is designed to accept graflok 4×5″ international backs.. what could go wrong? Francois wants to travel with his camera gear and make sure that he won’t have to put any of it into checked luggage and Sean Galbraith wants some tips on how to travel Europe with 100 rolls of medium format film in his luggage.
Learn how to shoot pictures of a night skyline that includes the moon while properly exposing everything, find out about what makes prime lenses so special and why there are so many of them, discover how high-speed flash sync works and listen to Chris talk with Sean Galbraith, gallery co-owner from Toronto, in the third part of the interview on how to exhibit your work in a gallery.