Exposure made EAsy with Rich Seiling
October 16th, 2023
One and half hour session at 8pm EST. The session will be recorded and made available to registered participants for 60 days.
Making a good exposure seems easy, but it’s not. Most photographers are underexposing by 1 ½ stops or more with their current technique. This class will help you cure that by learning a better way to Expose To The Right that is faster and easier than reading histograms, and will help you avoid overexposure and underexposure. This class is for every photographer from beginner to professional. Beginners should have a basic understanding of their camera’s controls.
I look at the work of a lot of photographers every year, and one of the most common problems I see is that most images are underexposed by 1 1/2 stops or more. Not only are you losing valuable shadow detail, but you also sacrifice 65% or more of the tonal levels your camera could have captured. That’s not exposing to the right! In fact, it is far from it!
The truth is that the common methods of judging exposure on digital cameras are problematic and inconsistent—the underexposed photos I see every week are proof of this. Your current methods won’t solve the problem, because they are creating it.
To solve the problem, we’ll need some new techniques and tools. I’ve tested, experimented, dug into the problem and found a solution that has made achieving great exposures EVERY TIME easier than ever. I’ve been using this new method for over three years, and my exposures are more accurate than ever, truly exposing to the right, recording all the shadow detail I can from the scene. Capturing more tonal levels makes processing easier and creates more brilliant images. It also allows me to work with greater confidence and speed when faced with challenging lighting conditions.
This class will teach you to expose with 1/3 stop consistency every time. The technique is so simple, anyone familiar with their camera controls can learn it and gain improved results.
These simple techniques have transformed my photography. I have greater confidence that I captured exactly what I wanted, I can work faster, and I get better results. I’d love to share what I’ve learned with you.