How To – Low Light Photography (Slow Shutter/Christmas Lights)

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hey guys ithree6mafia here, just showing you how to take pictures in low light and using slow shutter and hope you enjoy it., remember to SUBSCRIBE!COMMENT!RATE! and as usual send me a question of about anything as i will answer it:) THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT:DD!! Submit Your photos to: zonloe@yahoo.com ADD ME ON FACEBOOK! www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER! twitter.com JOIN THE FORUM 🙂 www.facebook.com

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tommy shreenan says:

great vid kid all the way from Scotland thanks

David Shearer says:

great video

Nelson Santos says:

i didnt read the past comments so i dont know if this was mentioned. I just want to clarify that the star effect does not have anything to do with the shutter speed. The star effect comes from using a very small apperture, not from using a long shutter speed. the star comes from the light being reflected inside the lens. Since the blades inside the lens are close, leaving a small opening for the light to hit the sensor, the light will reflect and strugle to to through the lens, creating a star.

Habanossmoker says:

Great info on the videos bro…. Been watching alot and learning. Trully brought back my interests. Specially with Holidays comming up and holiday shots. Would love to see some canon work since I use canon T3i…

ithree6mafia says:

Shooting with the Nikon D5000.

WeMuckAround says:

What camera is that?

ithree6mafia says:

lol, thats for sure. Ive gotten that comment on alot of my videos from quite a bit of people now.

TheShutterSpeedFreak says:

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keloaa says:

Dude, it was a great & useful video. Thanks for sharing

ithree6mafia says:

yes I do, this depends on how good the cameras low light capabilities are and usually the camera has an on board light assist that turns on when its very dark to see the environment and focus on whatever you have the focus point on

SKREWYOUTV says:

well im a beginner as i said, and i watch tutorials on youtube. but none of them really answer my questions.. or maybe they do.. i just dont understand the “camera language” lol… i guess my first question would be.. on a dark enviroment where its hard to view your target, how do i focus? .. is there a science to the distance between you and the subject? like on the lens?… do you understand my question??? .. i hope u did.. lol.. again i dont know the proper terms

ithree6mafia says:

It should let you create a video response where you write a comment, or you can just keep commenting on this video. or send me a message through FB

SKREWYOUTV says:

HOW DO I SUBMIT QUESTIONS?? FOR A VIDEO RESPONSE.. OR MAYBE EVEN JUST A SIMPLE RESPONSE

ithree6mafia says:

welcome aboard thanks for watching :)!

SKREWYOUTV says:

DUDE.. I JUST BOUGHT A CANON T3I AND NEEDLESS TO SAY, I AM A BEGINNER! YOU HAVE NOO IDEA HOW MUCH YOU HELPED ME WITH THIS VIDEO…. SAY HELLO TO YOUR NEW SUBSCRIBER!

Carol P says:

great tips, thank you!!

Shveti says:

Timer works good too.

BusyMellyBee says:

It’s like a TRADE SECRET to share what settings people use – freaking ridiculous. That’s what I needed to know. Thanks for being forthright and showing how you did it! So tired of getting books and magazines where they talk about composition and programming, but not what ideal settings for any particular shot. You rock!

MichaelJacksonLoovee says:

where are u on this video?

FirstMovementFilms says:

The star effect is completely unrelated to your shutter speed! It all depends on your aperture. Just like bokeh doesn’t change with the exposure, only relative to the f-stop.

FirstMovementFilms says:

The correct grammar would be “three 6 mafia WAS my favorite rap group when I made this channel” derrrrrr

PABRJB says:

Thanks for the informative video.

ithree6mafia says:

lol no, three 6 mafia is my favorite rap group when i made this channel

2secondman says:

Hi are u in a mafia?

pcd07 says:

Cheers from Scotland mate, I have my first slr ( cannon 450 ) and looking to get these kinda images ASAP . Cheers

kokovq says:

Great and simple explanation of how to shoot long exposure . Very good

HardLuckFilms says:

“Nice and Silky just how I like it” haha

86Timewarp says:

I was gonna get turned away by the video quality, but you explained things so clearly and presented the info in a clean, smooth fashion; looking forward to more videos

xhevda1000 says:

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sarangan82 says:

useful tips.. 🙂
thanks.

Whatisright says:

Very DigitalRev like without the English Asian.

ithree6mafia says:

thanks alot I appreciate your sincere comment, i try my best on these videos. Thanks again for watching 🙂

MrGotemcoach says:

love your videos bro.I’ve learned a lot.you make it fun,funny and very informative.you explain things in a way that everyone can understand.most other guys just talk and not real specific.you always go out and show hands on videos.thanks for all your help and making these videos for us to learn from.

ithree6mafia says:

yeah set your ISO as low as it goes like 100. and your photos shouldnt be noisy

Michael Tan says:

so your setting is f22 and shutter with 2.5 secs..how about your ISO? is that the one which makes the photo NOISY? what can u suggest in setting the ISO to make the photo not that noisy..like your sample photo it doesnt looks like that noisy to me.

Gallosafare says:

your voice doesn’t match, sad

Promuanetwork says:

Wow! so glad i found you- i love your tips – right to the point! i’m going to try it out and get back to you!!! thanks for sharing this!!!!

ithree6mafia says:

if your on a budget and want a good quality tripod look into the SLIK brand of tripods.

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