Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting awesome shots in low-light settings, part of Advanced Craft Photography.
We've all been there. We've just finished our craft. …It's after midnight and the available light is terrible. …But we still want to get a good photograph of what we, what we just made. …Before we either give it away or box it up to sell it. …Fortunately we can take really great shots with low lighting. …And I'm going to show you how to do that right now. …So I've got these two shoes that I've drawn on. …And while the composition doesn't look so great from this angle, I've set it up in …my camera to make it look really nice from this angle. …So and I've got some notes, because we're here in the studio right now shooting …this, and all the lights are down. the only light that we're actually using …is just from one window. And it's very low lighting, and so …this'd, this would be something that you could re-create if you were shooting at …your own home, late, late at night. Or even an outside in the evening with …just available light from stars, the moon, whatever.…
Even when it's really, really dark, there's still going to be some light. …
- Beyond the basic camera settings
- Advanced composition and staging techniques
- Image editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
- Shooting for a client
- Caring for your gear
- Keeping it simple
Skill Level Advanced
1. Beyond the Basic Camera Settings
2. Advanced Composition and Staging Techniques
3. Image Editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
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