Photographing at night or in poor lighting conditions presents a technical obstacle to the photographer but with the right technique can produce beautiful results. This title provides the technical advice for producing digital images in low light including advice on equipment choices and camera settings as well as the post-production techniques.
Tony Worobiec is the author of several photography books including Black & White Photography in the Digital Age for D&C. He is the recipient of numerous awards in the UK and internationally He is also a regular contributor to several photography magazines in the UK and US. Tony lives in Dorset.
Introduction; 1 Your equipment; Including: the DSLR camera, camera support, lenses and hoods, useful filters; 2 In camera techniques; Including: in camera adjustments, metering for low light, using fill-in and flash, how to avoid noise; 3 Low light situations; Including: urban, weather, interiors, landscapes, people; 4 Post-camera production; Including: differential sharpening, changing colour balance, creating panoramas, using blend layers; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; Index.