Shooting in low light? Here’s a cheat shoot with some quick tips, settings and suggestions on gear to get you started. We’ve included some more tutorials below. Source: Snapsort Related Reading on Shooting in Low Light Conditions A Guide to Shooting Outdoors in Low Light Conditions Low Light Photography: How to Shoot Without a Tripod …
DIY and hacks for photography. 1. All you need is a white business card and a pair of scissors (knife, sharp edge, nail etc). Make two cuts on the other end of the card and install it to the metallic hinges of the integrated flash. You might even consider an angle near 45 degrees. :)
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We'll show you simple flash photography techniques for banishing shadows with your pop-up flash; how to bounce a flash to diffuse the light; how to master advanced off-camera flash techniques; and how to get creative with multiple flashguns.