# Histograms& Light Meters HOW THEY WORK TOGETHER

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1 Histograms& Light Meters HOW THEY WORK TOGETHER

3 CHALLENGE! Can you match each image to its Histogram? Trying to judge an image only based upon its histogram is like trying to tell what someone looks like based upon their fingerprint. Like a pilot s instruments, a photographer s light meter is the key to gaining valuable information about a scene s tonal values and hues before it is captured. ANSWERS ON BOTTOM 1) a) 2) b) 3) c) 4) d) ANSWERS 1d 2c 3b 4a

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