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|Tutorial on how to take photos in low light and no tripod ||svperbugoy
I need help on how to take shots on low light without tripod, I have tried taking shots but image noise is getting stronger because I am increasing the ISO. Is there another setting to have crisp image without getting Noise? thanks for the help guys my body is 7d with Sigma 10-20mm f:/4.0-5.6 & 1ds with Canon 24mm f/2.8
|Re: Tutorial on how to take photos in low light & no tripod ||chrisJ
|Use the manual settings to over ride auto. Instead of say f5.6 at 1/200 second, use a bigger aperture, & longer exposure time eg f16 at 1/60th second. F11 up will give star patterns, too. A tripod is a must. Press the shutter very gently or use a cable release. If it's windy, hang your bag in the middle to stabilise it. Otherwise, improvise with whatever is handy, a fence, a post, a tree & coins to prop up one side of the camera to remove tilt. Take a small torch if you don't know where all your camera settings are in the dark.
|Tutorial on how to take photos in low light and no tripod ||OeilMagique
|Take a look at a small item called "the pod" and you will be amazed.The link is bellow for the company, watch the video. It does not always replace a tripod but in many occasions it does and sometimes it is even more convenient. Very inexpensive and very practical. I got the small one for a point and shoot but for a 7D I would probably get the slightly larger one. (I have used it with a 20D)
|Re: how to take photos in low light and no tripod ||RSK
Normally one requires the use of a tripod,bean bag,flash,low ISO settings to capture an image with minimun noise,when taken in low light.It would also help if you tell us @ what ISO level does your camera start to show to much noise.I noticed with some of your posted long exposure night shots,that they are free of noise,did you use a tripod for those? or? & do you have a noise reducing software similar to Neat?