Today we’re talking about Low Light Photography and how to capture the best low light photos. Low light photography can be a particularly difficult genre to master since, as the name suggests, you have the disadvantage of a lack of light.

We’re talking about using a slower shutter speed, a fast aperture lens and cranking up that ISO to let as much light into the sensor as possible.

We’re looking at portraits, landscape and cityscape, all in a low light situation.

Kit used for these photos:
Sony a7 iii – http://bit.ly/2Yqoy9r
Sony 85mm f/1.4 GM Lens – http://bit.ly/34NqATa
Sony 24mm f/1.4 GM Lens – http://bit.ly/2OP0Dgw
Canon 1DX Mk II – http://bit.ly/33THPBf
Canon 35mm f/2 IS Lens – http://bit.ly/33Up2FW
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS III Lens – http://bit.ly/33Q7iew

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