Photographers put a lot of focus and emphasis on the lighting for their pictures. After all, lighting is a powerful instrument in setting the overall tone and feel of the piece. Even when there is very little light to work with. In fact, it is in these situations that the lighting can create extremely emotive and distinctive compositions for the pics.
Giving the shadows so much reign to run freely, carving interesting depths and crevaces into the pieces. This can also prove very tricky for photographers as some equipment does not work as well under these conditions, and cannot take sharp, clear photos without enough lighting. Though in some cases, as we can see in a select few below, this can also give the images more tone and texture that fits well with that particular composition.
Below is a brand new showcase of low light photography to help get our readers inspired. Enjoy!
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