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  Tips For Dim Lighting Shooting  

Sometimes, poor lighting or dim lighting can be one of the best ways to color your photo. If you use it properly, you could have an amazing looking photo by the time you have your photo complete. Low light is a unique scenario, but it does give you the ability to be more creative in each of the shots you take. Keep in mind, it can take some practice to get these shots right.

The first thing to focus on is focus itself. You need quality focus. If you shoot your photos in the largest aperture (shooting wide open as it is called), you will have a depth of field that is rather shallow. Focus is critical in this scenario. When you are in this type of situation, pick a point of focus. The object of your focus needs to be carefully maintained. For example, in dim light, if you are shooting people, you want their eyes to be the point of sharp focus. Focus the eyes for the best final picture.

Next, consider movement. You are often told that movement in photos is a bad thing. However, you can make it work for you. In a situation in which there is movement, but you still want to get the best you can out of the photo, it is best to use movement to your advantage. The first thing to do is to capture using the best stability you can. For example, holding your camera as still as possible. One way to do this is to hold the camera as high as you can over your head, for example, if you are taking photos of a moving vehicle. You have stability. Then, take several shots at one time. Keep going until you get a good number of shots. You may be able to get them to six shots in just a few seconds. That will give you a great quality of shot even with movement.

Dim lighting situations can be bad if you do not have the right type of gear to work with them. For example, if you have just the onboard flash, you may need to minimize this better by using a diffuser of some sort for your flash. Even with a mediocre camera, you can get great shots even when your lighting is not perfect. Use this dim light to your advantage. You may even want to practice in it to learn how to use it.

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