Posts Tagged ‘low light photography’

Why Your First Camera Should Be a Pocket Camera

Tweet I’m about to seriously go against conventional wisdom in the photographic world. Conventional wisdom says your first camera should have “pro” features like interchangeable lenses, a hotshoe and a big, fat full size sensor. For some types of photography you’ll still need all that hardware. But, if you’re not going to go pro, and […]

Embracing Low Light Photography

Tweet Photographers frequently battle the persistent issue of low light as many believe low light limits the quality of the image they are trying to capture. But in actuality, low light can be used to your advantage. Low light can help you explore techniques and discover a new way to portray your subject. Low light photography can create images […]

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