Tag Archives: Indoor available light

But soft! What light though yonder window breaks!

The latest Readers Challenge assignment was to photograph something using only indoor available light. In other words, to take a picture using only the light that was available in the room, without a flash. Photography is all about light. How to recognize it when it’s good or bad and how to use it to your […]

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Last call

Last chance for submitting a photo (or photos) to the latest Readers Photo Challenge assignment: Indoor available light. The deadline is Sunday, August 11. The subject is up to you to choose as long as the photo is taken indoors without a flash. So stay in and shoot! Here are the rules: 1. Entries can […]

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Photo Challenge reminder: Indoor light

We’re still taking submissions for the latest Readers Photo Challenge assignment: Indoor available light. The subject is up to you to choose as long as the photo is taken indoors without a flash. Window light is the best but you can also be creative with light from a light bulb or even a candle. Here […]

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The great indoors

The next assignment for the Readers Photo Challenge is “indoor available light.” A common problem with photographing indoors is not having enough light but most people don’t think about the quality of that light as well. The first thing most people do when photographing inside is to use a flash. Whether it’s built-in or the […]

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