Low Light Wedding Photography Tips

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Just because you're shooting a low light wedding doesn't mean you can't get some really powerful shots. Find out about low light wedding photography tips with help from a wedding photographer in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Matt McDaniel with Matthew Ryan Photography and we're going to talk about low light wedding photography. So, when shooting a low lit wedding, you want to have a higher ISO which will give your sensor more sensitivity. Newer cameras perform better nowadays in low lighting, so you won't get as much noise as you would with an older camera. So, your ISO is safe at 1600 or 3200 without getting too much noise in the dark. You also want to shoot with a wide aperture, a lower number on the F stop so that you can let in more light in your camera. So, a lot, a lot of people use flash which is great; I prefer not to use a flash, I just shoot with really fast lenses and really fast film 'cause I still shoot on film. So, I'll use 3200 ISO film and shoot at around F1 if I can. I'm Matt McDaniel with Matthew Ryan Photography and that was low light wedding photography.


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