In recent years DSLRs have made huge strides in shooting at night -- or low light conditions. Between the improved sensitivity of camera sensors, to new noise reduction softwares, you can shoot some pretty incredible videos at night. The video below was made using a Sony A7s, and nothing but moonlight (and some denoising software).
Inspiration and new-and-improved technology aside, we are serving up some tried and true best practices to get that perfect low light shot. Because, the lower the f-stop the wider your aperture will be, meaning more light will hit your sensor. Choose the right white balanceYou want to stay true to the look the light is giving you -- dusk can give you some nice bluish tints that really indicate that it dusk. If your white balance is off a little, it will….