Stephen Schaub at figitalrevolution.com has two short videos on this topic and links to that site, as well as a few others- good "read". His posts are March 18 and 24.
there is also the Black Cat exposure guide http://www.jimdoty.com/Tips/Exposure...ure_guide.html
Or you can use a spotmeter and eliminate the guesswork. Did KR write that guide or what?
"Just remember to bracket." Yeah right. Isn't the whole point of accurate metering that you shouldn't have to bracket? Three sheets of 8x10" Velvia plus E6 development is $50 (a lot more in Europe). What a lame excuse for a "system" with no precision whatsoever.
This guy is really clueless about the true difference in EV between a clear December day in Uluru in central Australia and the same day in Stockholm, Sweden (59 degrees north). (It's about four stops. So much for the sunny-16 rule.)
Accurate spot meters exist for a reason.