Using Natural Light for Effective Pictures
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Indoors is where most of us need help taking better pictures. It’s so easy to just leave it in Auto and let the flash fire where it may. But it’s not just the exposure system that struggles indoors; the AF system also needs a little help. Most people don’t realize how much darker it is indoors than out. If you’re trying to force your camera to take a low-light picture in the middle of your house, you’re giving it too much of a challenge. My first solution addresses both of these problems, and will not only help you get better pictures-they’ll look like photographs you meant to take.