- Describe the steps that you will take to ensure that you take a high quality photograph in low light conditions. Refer to exposure, lenses, tripods, colour temperature, flash and ISO. Your answer should be a minimum of 350 words.
- Watch the Lynda course Foundations of Photography: Night and Low Light by Ben Long (4h 0m)
- Complete the exercise files (optional)
- Take four low-light photographs.
- One should be a sharp photograph that focuses on a static object, like a building or statue.
- The second photograph should showcase moving objects, like cars or running water.
- For the third photograph, take a moody portrait of a friend and use high ISO settings to your advantage.
- The fourth photograph should explore using external light sources, like a Speedlite flash. (Please note, if you don’t have the equipment to take this last photograph, you may leave it out.)