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We started this course by reviewing those three exposure fundamentals: shutter speed, aperture, and ISO, and here at the end of it, I hope you've seen that low-light shooting makes you dig really deep into your exposure theory and in that regard, it's a great exercise for understanding those fundamental photographic mechanics. But more than that, I hope as you've gone out and done a little bit of this low- light stuff, that you come to see that the real great thing about low light and night shooting is that it opens your eyes in a way that daylight shooting simply doesn't. Light and shadow is so different at nighttime.
It brings up a whole new palette of photographic options to work with. If you haven't been out shooting already, if you mostly just been following along, now's the time to get going. If the sun still up, start polishing your camera; if it's already down then start putting on your coat, or whatever else is appropriate for whatever kind of weather you're in right now. Get out there and do some shooting in low light.
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