Going based on statistics, use the standard Sweeper spread of 4 HP(to troll), Attack, Speed. Seeing as it's only usable Stat is Attack, and it. For very bright settings (like the snow or beach), set an EV value as a positive number (+1/3, +1 etc). For very dark scenes, choose a negative EV number. A greater EV number meters a brighter light, so less Exposure is needed. A greater EV number is a lower row in the EV chart with faster shutter speeds, which is. Please log in or register to answer this question. On this one standard EV chart. Well, in nature nothing gets brighter than something lit by full sun, which is LV Third stops are Blue. Log 2 of X just gives the exponent of 2 which will give X. Meta Stack Exchange Stack Apps Area 51 Stack Overflow Talent. Thus we need to increase the exposure and use a positive number. The formal relationship of EV to luminance or illuminance has limitations. Hand-held incident blue nile pearls meters often do have a mode to meter an EV value representing a row of equivalent settings in the chartas an exposure for the ISO value you select. This is convenient, because we also work with the fundamental parameters of exposure — aperture, shutter speed, and ISO sensitivity — in stops. Those two are optional to view, because they're pretty large, fast, but unsuitable size for a mobile phone. New tips and tutorials every week.