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The Complete Guide to Night and Lowlight Photography onlly £7.00 + £2.99 pnp (free if spending over £25) @ RUBooks

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Next cheapest is £13.74 at Amazon. ---------------- Hardback : 144 pages ISBN-10: 0-71533-012-8 A comprehensive guide to night and low-light photography for the modern digital photographer. … Read More
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Next cheapest is £13.74 at Amazon.

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Hardback : 144 pages
ISBN-10: 0-71533-012-8

A comprehensive guide to night and low-light photography for the modern digital photographer. Photographing at night or in poor lighting conditions presents a technical obstacle to the photographer but with the right technique can produce some of the most beautiful results. Tony Worobiec provides the essential technical advice for producing successful digital images in low light including advice on equipment choices and camera settings as well as invaluable post-production techniques. Whether capturing the vibrancy of the city at night or a misty landscape at dusk, practical hints and tips and the author's own award winning photography are sure to provide a wealth of inspiration.
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#1
I put my camera on "night mode" and don't shake it. If anyone wants to send me 7 quid you can.
#2
thanks for the laugh Lakeside, :-)
#3
Heh, I would say though night mode isn't the best choice if ya have an SLR as night mode usually uses high ISO's.

Anyway I chuckled..... Might grab a copy though £7 isn't much as it's an area I want to improve in.
#4
Ummm £2.99 delivery too. You should add that in the topic. Not so interested now.
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Lakeside
I put my camera on "night mode" and don't shake it. If anyone wants to send me 7 quid you can.


I want to send you money, please post your sort code and account number on here, also in case there are any problems sending you the cash - might be worth sticking your card number, expiry date and those 3 digit thingies from the back of the card on here as well.

Cheers

Please hurry, the cash is burning a hole in my pocket!
#6
Everyone on this internet is so kind. Thank you. Just this morning a lovely gentleman from the Ivory Coast asked for exactly the same card details which I was delighted to give - he is very rich and is going to send me millions of dollars. He is a prince, so at least I know I'm dealing with good quality folk.
#7
CyDoNiA
Heh, I would say though night mode isn't the best choice if ya have an SLR as night mode usually uses high ISO's.

Anyway I chuckled..... Might grab a copy though £7 isn't much as it's an area I want to improve in.


Sometimes high ISO and good glass are the way to go as the subject itself is moving. I do lots of gig photography and a camera that copes well with high ISO is therefore a priority.
#8
True theres pros and cons to high ISO's etc. Still think it might make an interesting read. I love night photos but haven't tried any in a while.

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