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a How-To e Book is available at http://americanprideandpassion.com This short video tutorial is a fun and informative look at how the photo of the T-Bird on …
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The basic design idea for using an easily obtainable parasol / camping light. I removed the battery and switch from the unit then cut a 54mm hole, with a hole saw, carefully through the entire unit to make a central hole for the lens mount. The mounting was the 52mm adaptor for the cokin filters epoxy resin glued to the rear of the unit. Battery box was an old 4 x AA battery box from battery powered xmas lights. Wire into the unit observing polarity matches the original wiring. I mounted a hot shoe mount from an old broken flash gun to facilitate fitting on the camera hot shoe. Light from the unit is about 1200 lux at 12 inches, 33cms and gives exposures of 1/6 sec f11 at iso 400. Can be softened using a opaque plastic cover from a a4 file if needed.
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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
Night Photography Experimenting with f-stops, ISO and Exposure Time Watch to learn more about Low light photography.
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Better low light photos don’t necessarily require a better camera. Generally you can get better low light photos simply by using the right settings or implenting a some DIY tricks. Here’s how.
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Kerry from cameradojo.com shows how use two lights for portrait shots and then adds in a reflector
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Alex uses fill flash technique for a music show and finds it really useful. Equipment list: Canon EOS 5D MK III Cactus AF50 portable flash www.gadgetinfinity.com For more details, explanations and pictures: www.gadgetinfinity.com When Light Dances, Dance with us for updates: www.facebook.com Like & share: www.facebook.com
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Happy November from me and www.samys.com This episode directly from the Mastery of Photography DVD is designed to show you how to shoot in clubs, in the night or any other place where there is very little light. Enjoy and Learn. Here is a link to a great tripod www.samys.com