When they come to the holiday, the evenings become darker, but during the national holiday we all want to take a beautiful picture with festive or urban decorations.
It seems that the darkness is not an excellent selfish or friend of natural landscape, but there is no reason for excitement – it is quite realistic to be patient to get high quality images in low light. Huawei experts have collected four tips to get glamorous images in low light.
Extend exposure time
If there is a shame after hearing the word "exposure time", do not worry that the term "exposure" commonly used by photographers simply means the total amount of light that came to the camera's sensor at the moment of the shot. If you change the exposure time, you can also change the exposure to the photo, so it's normal that exposure time is usually required when shooting in low light, as it helps to get better pictures.
Night is also the best time to experiment with light in photography – so casual things like cars, city lights or festive salutes can turn into magic light lines or bright lights in the sky. The latest smartphone manufacturers have thought they would not be disturbed by time switching, for example, the Master AI image recognition feature embedded in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro smartphones can detect up to 1500 scenarios in 25 categories, including festive greetings. Therefore, when taking a picture, artificial intelligence helps to optimize the color of the photo, thus saving time required to adjust exposure time itself.
Uses photo stabilization function
Taking pictures in low light is always a challenge, because when the subject is shooting or the hand of the photographer moves, the image becomes blurred. It's just because taking a photo in low light, always look for a solid surface to support or a phone stand.
One of the solutions that will be unnecessary is the photo stabilization function. Using the AI Image Stabilization feature, built into the Huawei Mate 20 Series, you can remove clear images in low light. When you're in Night mode, you even have contrast-rich images so the images are smooth without blinking.
Use natural light
Although the picture is usually better if there is a lot of light, it is important to remember that the lightning should be especially careful. Since the light source is from a specific small point, the human skin in the images that light up the light can look unnatural. This is because the color of the flash differs from the environment. Therefore, try to use the available environmental lighting when shooting in low light. If a person is photographed, try to place him in such a way that the light falls on the face and always remember that even the slightest changes in lighting can have a significant effect on the final result.
For better image capture, Huawei experts recommend using the Master AI feature to match the most suitable lighting to make the image as natural as possible. The 1500 different scenarios on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro are optimized to fit a certain set of parameters, such as taking pictures of the sky, MI will set the Blue Sky scene and increase color saturation to make the sky even more impressive, as well as Huawei's portrait photography. The Master AI built-in phone helps you find the most suitable camera settings to allow the portrait to fit perfectly in the dark.
Do not be afraid to be creative
Darkness can prevent images from getting flawed, but with creative and abstract photography methods, the results can be amazing! For example, exposure and the live contrast on the photo can be extremely surreal. When taking pictures, you must take into account the shapes and colors that can be isolated on a dark background – they will make the images mysterious and incredible in the eye.
Creative images can also be taken with the above exposure time – longer exposure times help to freeze moving subjects, creating different illusions, for example, a running person can be photographed with both feet upward and as if they hang in the air or use a flashlight in the air you can write different words, for example, a wish to Latvia in a hundred years!
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