Suggestions, Photography (samples)


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Cabby

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Trying to work with some abstract and low light conditions today, and digital cameras just dont do well like this. Black and White looks grainy and muddy to me. Do you guys have suggestions to help in low light conditions? I turn up the exposure compensation and try different shutter speeds, but its not as crisp as I would like it. TIA!

Some low light color looks muddy to me too:








Like these, low light sucks, bright light is much better



 

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Some other shots:





 

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Mikishots

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Actually, these photos are very good, I like them very much. For the black and whites, you might try and use a contrast filter, such as orange or red. These colors will make the yellow/gold paint a little lighter, but will beef up the contrast quite well. For the outdoor shots (under the sky) try a polarizer...keep in mind that polarizers won't work on metallic reflections, as this light isn't polarized to begin with.
 

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you know what id do?
i'd use photoshop and hand paint the m3 yellow amidst the b/w background...
 

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Cabby

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Got some help, and you can really clean up the B&W ones with PShop



 

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