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www.dombowerphoto.blogspot.com Here is a video giving some ideas of the different tools and variables needed for the different types of low light photography. All images copyright of Dom Bower. Camera used is nikon d300 lens; tokina 11-16mm tripod; Manfroto 190 xproB

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sasktank says:

when i search for bower flash,I hit on youre videos Dom…good extra hits for you….cheer’s

Dave plum says:

how to get a sharp shot of a group photography just like 8-10 person…?
thanks much.. 

lbomb8 says:

i really enjoy your videos. they are very helpful. thanks a bunch!

ps. i love love love when you say “nikon” lol

deadkennedys909 says:

Indeed it is a full frame, or they call it a EX lens. With those hyper sonic motors ha

34TR3m says:

thanks a lot!

Devilin Bilé says:

Nice vid 😉

blackxthink says:

well the body you dont need to spend $5200 for a d3s.

But you need good lens for the image quality and low light situation (since the low end cameras dont handle high iso very well)

But the fixed zoom with f1.8 are cheap and have a amazing quality

Dombowerphoto says:

yep just different brand names

jshaw6000 says:

Vibration reduction is the exact same as O.I.S right?

Dombowerphoto says:

there is also an old 35mm f2 which i think you can get for verycheap

Dombowerphoto says:

the sigma 30mm i think (correct me if i am wrong) also a full frame lens so that will be super sweet for full frame video in the future

Nicholas Erwin says:

Thank you. I might get the 35mm f1.8 if it’s in my budget.  I asked the froknowphotos guys their like Oh you should get one and it was 600 dollars more. They don’t care about people who are budgets I guess. Not everyone in the world is rich and can afford 20,000 dollar lenses. I got do with what I got. In my own opinion, that makes better photographers.

Dombowerphoto says:

i have done a big video on that, if you want infor on it go to the blog and the lables at the bottom you will find the articles about tripods

34TR3m says:

which tripod would u recommend??

deadkennedys909 says:

My side camera is my D60 with my telephoto lens and I tried it with my Sigma 30mm f/1.4 and I loved it! So crisp!!!! On my d700 with the FX it’s super wide and awesome

Anatolii Riabukha says:

Thank you for a great video. You’ve finally convinced me that high ISO isn’t big problem! But what about low-light portraits, especially without flash? You need sharp details but with high ISO – noise reduction it’s difficult.. Thank you for help!

blackxthink says:

i have the 50mm 1.8 and it’s pretty sick.

but i think the 35mm would be better on a crop sensor..

On my d90 i would need a little bit more wide than 50mm ..

WiLmAn07 says:

dont get what you mean truly infinity? nothing is truly infinite if you take it literally…every lens has an infinity marking on it. just manually focus to that point and your stars will be sharper than knives. haha theres no need to overcomplicate.

WiLmAn07 says:

the stars and the sky are kilometres away. it should be infinity for all lenses.

Shembroro says:

But is it truly to infinity? Or does it depend on the lens?

WiLmAn07 says:

set your camera to manual focus. its either in the lens or on the camera body and then focus to infinity.

Shembroro says:

How do you set the focus when doing sky/stars photography?

Rectificational says:

I’m getting the exact same thing!

Bobesque says:

you look slimmer. nice…

Nicholas Erwin says:

Dom, I’m getting the D7000, Also picking up the Nikkor 50mm f1.8 AF, have you used this lens before? If so, do you like it?

kenny jonczyk says:

Tamron 28-75 or sigma 28-70 are both affordable lenses that have an aperture of f2.8-f22, thou for a wedding you need more than one lens as you’ll be at different distances etc so a sigma 70-200 f2.8 is a nice pairing lens. You just can’t do a wedding with one lens, if you tried,you’ll miss to much and you only get one chance at a wedding,it’s not like everyone will be posing for you at all times. Hope this helps?

ho444444ney says:

ur last vids serious are great very informative … i cant have enough of them .. love how you put photos to explain what you are saying ..
i always .. thought that i can’t .. go more than 100 iso ..if i want to print ….could you tell me how you can get rid of the nosie in light room or photoshop ..?

HighlanderE30 says:

nice one

kauxkaux says:

what is a good all porpuse low light lens for weddings at about $500? (If such a thing exist!)

wajsyed says:

oldy but a goodie

WeHaveGoneGlobal says:

first

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