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Ranjitsinh Chauhan

As an outdoor photographer, we often find themselves doubling as a travel photographer, which means that we sometimes end up indoors. And because we kind of outdoor light and fast, we do not always no additional flash or additional lighting, the indoor types, such around.However schlep, it means you have to put away your camera when you duck under the outside world, in fact, as we all know, there's a world of great photo opportunities, had behind closed doors. Know how to make the best of open lower light conditions, a multitude of new possibilities. Here are a few tips to help you with less light situations.ISO setting Deal: The easiest way is to deal with low light, turn the ISO on your digital camera. We all know that just as with the movie there is a trade-off with higher grain and noise, which tends to build in the dark shadows and midtones. Fortunately, digital cameras have sensors to the point where shooting at ISO 6400 is a viable option is improved with a few corpses.


Fast lenses: Fast lenses are invaluable when shooting inside. This is where the 50mm F1.4 lenses really shine, and indeed, every photographer should have at least one lens that has a maximum aperture of f1.4 or f1.8 own. In low light, the speed is more valuable than gold.

Wide-angle lenses: What I just mentioned, with the right lens can make the difference in certain situations to make photo. Wide-angle lenses have an important advantage in lower light conditions because the low magnification with her, you can use slower shutter speeds without camera shake. They are usually able to hand hold the camera at slow shutter speeds, which are the same speed as the focal length of the lens. With a 28mm lens, you're at about 1 / 30 sec are looking for. That you get pretty good results in, as long as your subjects do not move themselves.

VR / IS lenses: Shake Vibration Reduction Image Stabilization lenses and gyroscopic sensors and stabilizers reduce the camera, and sharper images when using slower shutter speeds. The technology is typically used in telephoto and zoom lenses. They are generally more expensive than non VR / IS lenses, but they allow you to hand at shutter speeds of three to four stops slower than normal, again, as long as your subjects do not keep moving. They are ideal for shooting in dark alleys, cathedrals and tapas bars.

Brace your camera: The most obvious way to brace your camera is to use a tripod. However, there are times when using a tripod is either not practicable or not allowed. In these situations, you can make use of supporting small, lightweight tabletop, like the Gorillapod, or you can use your camera either held him tight against your body with your elbows tucked into your chest. Stood as still as possible and exhale slowly before pressing the shutter button. You can also try to brace the camera against a wall, post, column, door frames, table, knees, a stick or even the floor. You may have to be creative in finding ways, some of which you may not even have to look through the viewfinder. Such methods may also be an exciting new view points that you might not have a lead.

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  1. Thanks for review, it was excellent and very informative.
    thank you :)

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