The right-side of the light-side

I used to dislike taking photos inside in artificial light. The dim lighting would often mean that the shutter would be open for longer, resulting in blurred images. On a recent visit to Cragside Hall I used a high ISO setting of 640 to lighten the interior images. Setting the White Balance to tungsten light also improved the image.

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About Matt

Photography degree student with the Open College of the Arts.
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