Light is a powerful way to create mood in your photographs. We respond on a deep emotional level to light.
With today’s digital cameras, we can balance out the lighting in any scene.
We use longer shutter speeds, wider apertures, and higher ISOs to brighten low-light scenes. External lights can bring daylight anywhere we want it. We can see into the dark corners of life.
But in brightening the shadows, we change the mood.
Embracing low-light situations allows you to explore powerful moods within your photography.
The faintest sliver of light within all of the surrounding darkness is all you need.
Even the most everyday scene becomes dramatic in low lighting.
In this eBook, we’ll talk about creating mood in low-light situations.
Here is what we’ll cover:
- Defining low light photography
- Finding and creating low light situations
- Creating mood in a photograph
- Post-processing for mood
Believe it or not, mood can be the hallmark that makes your photography unforgettable!
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Photo Credit: Jenn Mishra