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This is a discussion on Low Light Photography within the Podcasting forums, part of the Education & Technical category; I may end up talking about older Podcasts as I have not heard them, but this lowlight one was bang ...

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    I may end up talking about older Podcasts as I have not heard them, but this lowlight one was bang on, great advice. Lots of great ideas on how to use available lights, using of fast lenses and other great ideas. Maybe I should have started listening to podcasts a long time ago, learned low light the hard way by trial and error while trying to shoot a metal processing plant, in minus 20 c and a foot of snow, this would have saved me having to go out on a second trip out there for a reshoot. Stubborn that way though, work my way through and learn then find out what I should have done lol.

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    Part of the greatness of the Internet is that there is a TON of good info that people share...that way we can learn from each others errors and experience.

    I'm a curious dude so I learn from others on the Net almost every single day.

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    I learn tons from the net, just usually more reading than anything, podcast listening means I can't listen to music so it will still be very selectively chosen as not to interfere with the music time ....

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