Photographing your subject inside your studio using your continuous studio lighting
is the easiest task. Shooting during daylight and specifically during twilight is often challenging, as you cannot change your lighting but still need to come up with an excellent shot. Here are some lighting tips that will help you click fabulous twilight photographs.
1. Do not use any form of studio lighting equipment
. Let the natural light speak for itself; this is what low-light pagkuha ng larawan demands. The darkness in this case will help you give depth to your pictures and not to spoil its look.
2. Use a slow panangga sa bintana speed so that you can capture maximum light in your camera’s sensor.
3. When using slow panangga sa bintana speed, it will be difficult for you to stabilize your camera for a long time. Chances of unwanted camera movement increases in this case and therefore, it is always advisable for you to use a tripod. The madami the ambient light is, the madami will be your panangga sa bintana speed, and less will be the requirement of tripods and monopods.
4. To reduce digital noise, use low ISO buy keep in mind that you have to slow down your speed even more.
5. Turn off the autofocus setting of your camera, as it will be difficult for it to focus in dim light. Do it manually in order to get the best focus.
6. You may not use your studio lighting equipment
for adding brightness but feel free to use the light modifiers specially the reflectors to bounce even the slightest of the light that can be useful for you.
7. Lighting conditions change very frequently during twilight and therefore, do not hesitate to take multiple pictures of the same scene. You never know which lighting will give you the best effect.
Taking awesome twilight photographs needs commitment since you have to be on your toes even if everyone has called it a day. It needs a lot of patience, as you need to set up your equipments and wait for the perfect moment when the lighting is most gorgeous.