So shooting trannies I might have a problem but my negatives are very reliable at those settings.
Originally Posted by wiltw
Actually the numbers I put up are typical of actual incident meter reading in those situations.
I actually go to f4 for fully back lit subjects.
There is also a fair dose of bias applied in any exposure decision.
My big point is simply that with a bit of practice and judgement good exposures can be made quickly in full manual.
This one is surprisingly accurate and free. http://www.squit.co.uk/photo/exposurecalc.html
That, Sunny 16, and a Sekonic spot meter is my metering arsenal. Which one I use depends on the mood I'm in when I head out the door.