Shooting in low-light is a challenge for all photographers. Late afternoons, rainy days, evenings or winter days are just a few situations when natural light is low. You could invest in artificial lights or flashes to deal with all this problems, but not all of us have money to spend on lighting studios. I have a small studio but takes time to install it and also, I have a little one that likes playing around so I will not get any photos.
I love using natural light so I learned how to adjust my camera in low light. Today I will tell you some tips to improve your photos.
To have a sharp image use a tripod. If you don’t have one try and put your camera on a chair or a table. Improvise. If you are shooting hand held, keep your elbows in and close to your body for…
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