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13 Essential Tips For Low Light & Night Photography

1 Use A Tripod
2 Use A Cable Release Or Intervalometer
3 Use Bulb Mode
4 Use Mirror Lock Up
5 Use A Fast Lens
6 Find Infinity Focus Point
7 Use High ISO
8 Check Histograms
9 Consider HDR Techniques
10 Use Long Exposure Noise Reduction
11 Master Noise Reduction Post-Processing
12 Consider Adding An Artificial Light Source
13 Test

Read details on these 13 points here.
http://www.johnpaulcaponigro.com/blog/10044/13-essential-tips-for-low-light-night-photography/

Develop your sensitivity to these factors and you’ll know why and when to improvise and even what more you can explore. These thirteen tips will give you a solid foundation from which to begin your explorations in low light and night photography.

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You know if you didn't use high iso THEN you would not need to worry so much about noise reduction. You only need high iso if you need a fast shutter otherwise forget it. Most of my low light and night is shot at 50 or 100. If I need to freeze action I go higher - whatever the body can do with acceptable noise in my case 6400. Only if desperate to get the shot eg magic street shot or family will I go for a noisy iso.
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