How to Deal with Low Light

You’ve got 3 options when you’re faced with a low-light situation:

  • Raise your ISO setting
  • Add additional light
  • Increase your exposure

In this short guide we’ll evaluate all of those options, give you a few quick tips, plus a set of questions you can ask yourself to determine the right option for you in each situation.

Image Credit : Chris Parker2012

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