Dan Dao shared a recent photography project using Adafruit elements with us.
I’ve been working on making open source photography products, like a intervolemeter with a servo, but my recent one is pretty cool.
Using your tutorials for a basic light meter I jazzed it up a bit by adding a keypad and a case. The fun part was learning the exposure formulas and implementing them. It’s similar to a Sekonic meter and with a little more configuring and adjusting I think it can get even closer….
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