"Readings for this method are normally made; using a flat face incident meter by duplexing, measuring pointed directly at the main source and measuring pointing toward the subject then finding the logarithmic average, or by using a single hemispherical incident meter reading."
Mark, could you expand on the technique? I think you are saying a flat face measurement of the source illumination is logarithmically averaged with a flat face measurement with the flat face pointed at the subject,
a single hemispherical domed measurement with the dome pointed at the subject (opposite of the typical incident measurement with the dome pointed back at the camera). Do I understand you correctly?
Thanks for the proof read!
One reading pointed directly to the source light, one directly toward the camera, then logarithmic average.
Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR
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