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Face it, not everyone is model material, but there is no sense in looking like a deer in the headlights, or even worse, in a photo. The important thing to learn to do is forget about the camera completely.
Some things to practice are:
Perhaps the biggest trick to taking good pictures at night is to use a long exposure time. A long exposure time allows the camera to absorb more light to make up for the lack of obvious natural light. The longer the exposure, the more time your camera has to absorb light.
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If you find yourself in a position where you do not have access to a [amazon_link id="B000093UDQ" target="_blank" ]tripod[/amazon_link] for an evening shot, you may want to take multiple shots to make up for it.
Even if you don’t have a tripod or any other devise that might assist you in steadying the camera, don’t worry! If you have all of your settings in place, start taking your pictures! Take many shots of one subject. There is a good chance that one may turn out well. Read more »
When the sun goes down, it is a lot more difficult to capture images unless you have the right equipment and good technique. Although even with good technique and equipment it doesn’t guarantee everything will be perfect. It takes a lot of planning.
When the light is low, it takes more time to absorb enough light, even the slightest unsteadiness of your hand can cause the image to blur.
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Even for experienced photographers, nighttime photos take planning. Images can be out of focus, blurry or may not come out at all. As with any in depth photography session there are some tricks, but knowing the tricks isn’t enough. The tricks can be explained by only mastered through practicing them.
It isn’t necessary to buy an overly expensive camera. Spending a lot of money doesn’t mean you will necessarily have better pictures. However, keep in mind the cheapest camera may not be able to perform the way that you want. So it isn’t the best idea to go very cheap if you want to take special photos. It requires a lot of work both for you and the camera in a low light situation.
It seems to be a common trend on networking sites to strike a pose and aim a camera at yourself. But what if you want a slightly more professional feel than a quick phone photo? A good setup to consider would be a tripod and a remote. The remote will give you more time therefore more control over your positioning than a timer, but in the end, you work with what you have. The only downfall to this is you can’t see what you look like. You can’t see if you caught the right expression, fortunately digital cameras have a review feature, however this still involves moving and checking your photo once taken.
But what alternatives do you have?