Photography 101: Shooting in Low Light
Photography 101: Shooting in Low Light is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, compiled by the author, Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke. This tutorial is an essential foundation for anyone who needs to sharpen his/her Photography expertise. It provides you a strong understanding on Night + Low Light, Cameras + Gear, Photography, Night + Low Light, Cameras + Gear and Photography.
Exploring the world of nighttime and low-light shooting is a great way to expand your photographic horizons. In this installment of Photography 101, photographer Joseph Linaschke provides an introduction to the creative options and technical considerations behind night and low-light shooting.
Joseph explores indoor, candlelit scenes; bright cities, where he shows how to capture spectacular traffic trails; and the great outdoors, under the natural light of the moon and stars. The course also contains tips on using your iPhone or other smartphone for low-light photography—or even as a light source—and enhancing noisy, high-ISO images in post-production.
- Setting up low-light portraits
- Using the iPad as a light source
- Shooting a long exposure of city lights
- Shooting simple night photos
- Exposing for the moon
- Processing night shots with StarStaX