Lesson 2 – Low Light Photography
Once you’ve nailed the basics of low light photography, then we can get into the fun creative stuff.
A longer exposure allows you to use a lower ISO, leaving you with less grain in your photos. Note, you’ll need a tripod or something firm to put your camera on. Even if your camera moves a fraction of a second while the shutter is open, your shot will be blurry. I find any exposure time slower than about 1/50 needs a tripod.
If you need to buy a tripod, you’ll find my recommendations HERE.