Twilight is a magical time. Just because the Sun is down, doesnâ€™t mean you should put away your camera. When the Sun sets, a different looking world exists for photographers. Colors donâ€™t appear the way they do in daylight. Instead, colors display based on your cameraâ€™s white balance setting and how that setting matches the various light sources in your scene.
Many photographers assume that once the sun goes down, so do the opportunities to take spectacular landscape images. Some of the most beautiful photographs were taken under extremely low light or nearly pitch-black conditions.
Whether youâ€™re using an expensive SLR, a digital point-and-shoot camera, or a cell phone, youâ€™ll take much better photos when you learn more about lighting and your camera.
Taking photos with a flash often gives ugly results. Washed-out, flat, phony-looking faces with monstrous makeup can ruin your memories of any special occasion. Everything else is so dark itâ€™s useless. Hereâ€™s how to take great, natural-looking portraits and photos in low or very low light.
Have you ever wondered how to photograph fireworks? Do you need to have a manual SLR (Single Reflective Lens) to achieve nice shots? Here are some tips, guides, and recommendations on how you can achieve some eye-catching creative photography.