BRUCE WUNDERLICH, DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL:
"According to British photojournalist Donald McCullin, 'There is no such thing as bad light, just misunderstood light.' Many photographers consider low light to be bad light.... Keep in mind that low light photography is not exclusively night photography. Low light photography opportunities may appear any time of the day as well. For instance, shooting waterfalls in low light allows you to shoot with a slow shutter speed, prevents over-exposure of the white water of the falls, and thereby creates a beautiful silky effect capturing the moving water. Using a flash will light up any subject, of course, but let’s take a look at how to improve your photography in naturally occurring low light."
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