Low-Light…let’s test your skills

Taking low-light pictures is slightly challenging. No all flash technique is suitable to capture a certain moments. So how, low-light can give us the best result and very unexpected. There is a few tips could helps us in using low-light photography to give us more variety and experience in photographing.

  1. Crank ISO as high as it will go
  2. Shoot RAW if possible
  3. Use aperature-priority with the lowest f-stop on the fastest lens I have (f1.8 or lower if you can).
  4. If that still caases my shutter speeds to be too low to hand-hold, then I might even set exposure compoensation down a stop, which will increase the speed a little, and then I’ll push the exposure in post (preferablly in RAW).
  5. Lastly, I’ll use various forms of noise reduction to help on the grain/noise front.

Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-get-better-digital-photos-in-low-light-conditions-without-using-a-flash#ixzz2fD09Nl2f

Night 01

Night 04Pic 1: Scene taken at Dataran Helang, Langkawi. The main attractive and nearby after you reach Langkawi Jetty.

Pic 2: Scene Located at Haji Ismail Shopping Outlet

Photos taken by snazlan@copyright


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