I’ve become a photo-taking addict. I’m constantly trying different ways to get a great photo. It’s becoming as fun as the art I create. If any of you have any suggestions on how to take low-light photos with a digital camera, I would love to get your advice. I really don't like to use the flash. It washes out the subject and detracts from the natural beauty of the item being photographed. I don’t have the best camera, but it’s decent enough for now. My problems are specifically with the graininess I’m getting in the low light. Sometimes it looks cool, but most of the time it just blurs and muddies what I’m trying to photograph. I want the camera to display see what my eye sees.
I had the nicest blogger recently tell me she sets up a lot of her shots in diffused outdoor light. This really works great, but many times the things I want to photograph are in my house and not movable. So if anyone has any handy tips for those low-light indoor photos, I would greatly appreciate it!
Here are some photos in my house in low light.
There are the grainiest photos I've ever taken!
This one I corrected with auto correct. The lighting looks interesting.
I'll post some more photos inside my house tomorrow.