Turn on Your Night Light

From TakeGreatPictures.com

by Russ Burden

Digital photography has opened many doors for trying anything and everything new. It allows a photographer to try new methods, experiment without risk of the unknown, and simply play. Unrivaled in this regard is the shooting of night and low light scenes. No longer do we need to wait until the film is developed to see if the exposure was correct or if an effect worked positively. Simply fire away and adjust on the spot. Additionally, with merge to HDR software getting better all the time, the range of tones that can be captured in a scene is almost limitless.

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One thought on “Turn on Your Night Light”

  1. This here is some great stuff! I was planning on doing some night photograpy this week, and look forward to using some of the tips.


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