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Freezing motion in low light - an optical viewfinder advantage

Freezing motion in low light - an optical viewfinder advantage

Tim Marchant on

September 12, 2014

In his article Tim Marchant reviews a technique to capture moving objects in low-light by under-exposure and then post-processing to recover the image - but without motion blur. Read more on how to show some crisp keeper shots under difficult conditions from your new gear. Read more...

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