EMBRACE LIVE VIEW ADVANTAGES
Make full use of your LCD to overcome one of low-light photography’s greatest challenges
The optical viewfinder on a Dslr offers an uninterrupted representation of the scene before the lens, which is preferred by many photographers over an electronic viewfinder or the camera’s rear LCD. however these options offer a calibrated, brighter view in low light, as the camera compensates for the low-ambient illumination. This makes judging focus and composition easier.
SELECT CONTROL AN OFTEN OVERLOOKED SKILL IS IDENTIFYING WHAT PARAMETERS TO TAKE CONTROL OF AND WHAT TO HAND OVER TO THE CAMERA. LOW-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY NECESSITATES GREATER MANUAL CONTROL, INCLUDING EXPOSURE, COLOUR AND SHARPENING