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How to Shoot in the Dark

How to Shoot in the Dark

Written 10 years ago by Mark Evans

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Comments
T.R.Murthy  10 years ago

excellent shot

Will  10 years ago

Great tips

Dave Fitch  10 years ago

Agree completely – was doing a night shoot last week, had tripod, cable release, lots of gear… but no light! A Petzl-type headlamp is a must-have – they are hands free, and you can wear them around your neck if you prefer.

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