Kathy Hanrahan
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Tips for Photographing Christmas Lights 1. Set your ISO high – 1600 or higher 2. Close your aperture (f/14 or higher) for a starburst effect 3. Slow down your shutter speed 4. Use a tripod or set your camera on something safe and steady 5. Turn on ambient lights in the rooms surrounding the tree but turn off lights in that room

Tips for Photographing Christmas Lights 1. Set your ISO high – 1600 or higher 2. Close your aperture (f/14 or higher) for a starburst effect 3. Slow down your shutter speed 4. Use a tripod or set your camera on something safe and steady 5. Turn on ambient lights in the rooms surrounding the tree but turn off lights in that room

Images above: 400mm; 1/30 sec; f/13; ISO 100; Manual Mode This morning I took my first moon images seen above. Knowing the harvest moon awaited and making the most of my insomnia at 4:30 AM, I donned...

Images above: 400mm; 1/30 sec; f/13; ISO 100; Manual Mode This morning I took my first moon images seen above. Knowing the harvest moon awaited and making the most of my insomnia at 4:30 AM, I donned...

I love night photos but they are so hard to get awesome shots. Here Is How to Get Great Photos at Night. Fantastic photography tips!

I love night photos but they are so hard to get awesome shots. Here Is How to Get Great Photos at Night. Fantastic photography tips!

How to use Aperture Shutter Speed and ISO Info Graphic | The Official London Photography Tours

How to use Aperture Shutter Speed and ISO Info Graphic | The Official London Photography Tours