As in photography it's all about lighting, taking snapshots at night or in poor light conditions is a formidable challenge. However, it's possible to take good, clear photos in poor light conditions. Take a look at these practical tips for obtaining that perfect shot.
How to take good photographs in poor light conditions.
When you want to take a good photo at night, make sure that the maximum amount of light possible reaches the sensor. This is possible by reducing the shutter speed, allowing more light to enter as it remains open for longer. One drawback of reducing the shutter speed is that even if you make the slightest movement, the photo will come out blurry. That's why using a tripod is recommended for taking these kinds of snapshots. In addition to the shutter speed, you can increase sensitivity or ISO to get a clearer shot. However, only increase it slightly, as otherwise the photo will be "grainy”. Marbella and the Costa del Sol are picture perfect during the daytime; but at night, when their buildings are bathed in light and the moon reflects on the sea, their charm is difficult to describe.
For a luxury real-estate agent, taking good photos of properties at night is a great resource, as their unique beauty attracts customers.