Taking sharp photos in low light can be challenging for both bigger and intermediate photographers. And at times even the full time professional photographers will be challenged to get clear creative photos.
In this article we’ll give you our best pointers and tips on achieving a new level of proficiency.
Firstly we’ll cover a few basics for the people who are beginning their photographic exploration. Then we’ll provide more detailed information on the subject and at the bottom of the page is a gallery with photo examples with the camera settings that were used to capture the photos. First up, the basic of our definition of low light for context.
What do you mean by low light photography?
Low light photography is described as using specific camera settings that will produce pleasing photos in lighting conditions that humans will need to either use a torch or room lights with the following for clarity.
These settings will produce clear photos as the photographer intended. The settings cannot be used in midday outdoor light conditions as it will blow out the photos.