By Steve Simon | Friday, August 21, 2015
There’s no doubt we’re in a golden age of photography. Thanks to tremendous gains in ISO sensitivity and quality, we now have opportunities to make images that were previously unseen because they were impossible to get.
Now, if you can see it (and even sometimes when you can’t), you can capture it.
I’m often astonished at just how beautifully our modern sensors render low available light. As I demonstrate in my new course Street Photography: The City at Night, it has opened up a whole world that allows us to capture the magic, grit, and atmosphere of dimly lit scenes.
Here’s how I do it:
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