Low Light Photography Experiments at Burleigh Heads

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I find low light situations quite interesting to photograph as you can get some really interesting lighting with lots of contrast since the backgrounds are often nice and dark. I think part of the reason I find it particularly interesting to experiment with is that I currently don’t have any lenses with a wide aperture, so it is interesting to see what other sorts of effects I can get by changing the ISO or shutter speed.

I had some time earlier in February to spend some time playing with different settings on my camera in low light. There were obviously some really bad shots, but I thought I would share some of the ones I am particularly happy with.

Continue reading to see them, note that this is fairly image intensive.

Gas
Gas

Outside
Outside

Visitor
Visitor

Visionary
Visionary

Darken
Darken

Gassed Up
Gassed Up

Spotlight
Spotlight

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