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A Post By: Natalie Johnson Capturing scenes in low light remains one of the most challenging aspects of photography, yet the results when executed well can be truly captivating. Whether it’s an energetic cityscape or ethereal seascape the possibilities are endless. Here are a few essentials points to consider before you begin. It’s a good idea to formulate a plan of attack before the twilight hour so scout out a position while there is another available light and grab a few set up shots to make sure your scene works and will be free from distracting objects. Cityscapes are best viewed from a distance, whereas seascapes are more dramatic nearer to the shoreline. 15 Tips for Low Light Landscape Photography

15 Tips for Low Light Landscape Photography

184inShare Jump To Close By David Pierce and Vlad Savov Cameras are everywhere. There’s one in your laptop, two in your phone, and probably a pair in your tablet that you’ve never used. Everything you need to know about buying a camera

Everything you need to know about buying a camera

Learn the key concepts and terminology of digital photography. Tutorials include both fundamental and advanced topics, so if you're a beginner this is likely a good place for you to start. Basics: How Your Camera Works Qualities of Digital Photos

Learn Photography Concepts

Learn Photography Concepts
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Depth of Field Depth of Field (DOF) is the front-to-back zone of a photograph in which the image is razor sharp. As soon as an object (person, thing) falls out of this range, it begins to lose focus at an accelerating degree the farther out of the zone it falls; e.g. closer to the lens or deeper into the background. With any DOF zone, there is a Point of Optimum focus in which the object is most sharp.

Focusing Basics | Aperture and Depth of Field

Focusing Basics | Aperture and Depth of Field