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Chasity So I had more time to catch up on your blog this afternoon and I have one question: how do you get your pictures to look so bright?! I love it. I’ve heard of people putting “things” in windows to reflect natural light…but I just don’t get it?! You once told me that shooting in manual mode was much better…but I have yet to try it. Any tricks you would like to share?!

admin So I use all natural light, but the thing is… if you’re going to shoot in low light (e.g indoors with few windows), you need a lens that has a really wide aperture. I use a 50mm 1.4. It’s really hard to get a good exposure/bright picture from a lens that doesn’t have a wide aperture. For example, my first lens was I think 3.5-5.6f, and it was next to impossible to get a good exposure unless I was outside with lots of light. And then, like I said..it’s all about manual mode..being able to adjust your settings to let enough light into your camera. Hope that helps..I might have just confused you more;)

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