If that is really the goal then I'm either totally confused or misled by prior training/experience. Why would anyone who seeks perfection intentionally atempt to eschew the best source of data for deterimining exposure - a light meter? Guessing exposure is a way to get "close enough"; Properly adapting known information (honing) is a way to get close to, or achieve, perfection... whatever that really is. Determining phiotographic exposure is not a test of manhood where guessing is better than measuring. No offense intended, David, but these conversations are to me akin to those that come up occasionally: how can I get precise, absolutely sharp images by guessing what I am focused on.
Originally Posted by David Lyga
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