EM­BRACE LIVE VIEW AD­VAN­TAGES

Make full use of your LCD to over­come one of low-light pho­tog­ra­phy’s great­est chal­lenges

Digital Photograper - - Techniques -

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

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