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Create Drama In Your Photographs By Taking Away The Light

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Humans like light. We like being able to see everything around us clearly. However, very often what makes a photograph is not what is there, but what we can’t see. To focus our attention within a single motionless flat image requires some serious magic. Restricted light is dramatic. It’s cinematic. It’s full of life. And it’s a natural way to bring your attention to things you want your viewers to focus on.

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ISO: To Push or Not To Push?

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Low-light situations always require you to consider what to choose for compensation of insufficient lighting – either longer shutter speed, open aperture, ISO increase or flash usage. Let’s presume that technical aspects are clear – shutter speed is responsible for motion freezing-blurring, aperture affects depth of field, ISO increase brings up noise, and flash alters the lighting in general.

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