“The best camera is the one you have with you,” over the course of our friendship, I cannot tell you how many times @tiffany dahle has said this to me. In fact, when I think the quote, it is her voice inside my head. When she suggested I do an iPhone version of Project 366 I was sold. Benefits of doing Project 52 or Project 366 on a smart phone? Click through,then join us for 2012!
Tricks to taking great photos in extreme low light: 1. Knowing your camera, 2. Super high ISO, 3. a prime lens with wide open aperture, 4. tweaking image in post processing. This was taken in a dimly lit bedroom without a flash and the little peanut never woke up!
Great step-by-step of using one light with umbrella outdoors in bright sun light. (A Place for Photographers blog)