Should the dome face the light or the camera? I just saw Dean Collin's video and I believe he stated the incident meter dome should face the light not the camera. I assume if you have the light on the subject's side and you face the dome towards the camera, wouldn't the dome partially meter the shadow side also since it is not illuminated evenly? Wouldn't facing the meter towards the light give a more accurate reading since the whole dome is illuminated evenly?
Just curious as I do not work in a studio also.
Dome to the camera works well.
Turning the dome to the light, just measures the light pointed at the subject.
The dome "mimics" a face and measures the light the camera will be able to see.
Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR
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