Sunny 16 in Snow: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson: Adorama Photography TV

http://www.adorama.com Adorama Photography TV presents You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson. In this episode, Bryan talks about a technique for foolproof me…
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21 Responses to Sunny 16 in Snow: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson: Adorama Photography TV

  • Adorama says:

    #PhotographyTip on #AdoramaTV : +Bryan Peterson demonstrates a technique
    for foolproof metering when shooting sunny snow scenes (fingers crossed we
    won’t need to try this out for awhile!) http://adr.ma/OELBbf

  • Michael Davidson says:

    Would this work for landscapes in bright daylight or just on snowy days? If
    I understand this correctly you are saying any of these will work:
    f/16 200 (iso and shutter)
    f/11 400
    f/8 800
    f/5.6 1600

  • Miri Duarte says:

    great tip! too bad Florida doesn’t get any snow for me to try it! I’ll
    check my metadata on a picture I took in Montreal last Winter to see what
    exposure,ISO and f/stop I used to get a great snow picture. 

  • Sebastian Reinhardt says:

    Great! Are there more of such super oldschool tips out tehre?

  • Ricky L Jones says:

    *The Sunny 16 Rule*
    -Bryan Peterson

    #Photography #Camera #photographer +Adorama 

  • Bryan Peterson says:

    What is the correct exposure for a back-lit subject on a bright sunny day?
    There are so many variables e.g. are you shooting deliberate silhouettes, a
    landscape or a portrait where you want some ‘hair-light’ to show up and so
    on. In some landscape cases you will add a graduated ND when shooting
    backlight, some portraits you will move in close to the person’s face and
    set an exposure off the face and then back off to compose with all of the
    face and a bit more in the overall composition or if you want to shoot a
    silhouette, you would meter to the left or right of the setting sun itself,
    WHEN using a telephoto lens, OR meter above the setting sun and into all
    that sky, when using a wide-angle lens. There is NOT one answer for
    backlight.
    Bryan

  • Dms Sutdios64 says:

    never knew that sunny 16 rule. i might have to try it

  • Guayabero1977 says:

    Everyday you learn something new.

  • perfectforehand says:

    Then what’s the correct exposure for a back-lit subject on a bright sunny
    day?

  • bohnstube says:

    Great Tip, Favorited and Liked!

  • metalbillyboy says:

    awesome, learned something new today. Thank you very much

  • MARK RICHMAN says:

    Bryan, in a word, you are: AWESOME.

  • Ryback80 says:

    great tip!

  • Dean Martin says:

    Great tip, thanks. 

  • Smack Chop says:

    Brian Peterson is the best! Thanks!

  • Peter Berberov says:

    As always – AMAZING VIDEO! 

  • Kelley Slagle says:

    Bryan Peterson explains the Sunny 16 rule when shooting sunny snow scenes…Sunny
    16 in Snow: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson: Adorama Photography TV

  • Patrick Gregorio says:

    Awesome tip. Just wish you told us at the start of winter. :P

  • Peter Gunn says:

    Nicely done.

  • Digant Shah says:

    This was something new I didn’t know earlier. Thanks Bryan.

  • az-fotos.de says:

    “Sunny 16 Rule in Snow !?”
    Hosted by Bryan Peterson.
    Thank you Brian.
    Best regards from Cologne,
    +Andreas Zeevaert 

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