- Jul 9, 2018
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The day we realized we NEED to upgrade camera bodies
Updated: Jul 9, 2019
**DISCLAIMER: All images are not edited,
So what happens when 4 photographers with T series Canon's try to shoot in low light settings and use no flashes?
Saturday. July 7th me and a group of hobbyist photographers decided to test the limit of the low light shooting without the use of flashes. the results: VERY GRAINY or extremely underexposed. The posted photos are what happened to be the most salvageable of the bunch and will require editing to remove noise and graininess.
Images were taken with a Canon T5 with a 24-70mm f/2.8. Most shots were at 3200 ISO and a shutter speed of 1/80-1/100. Anything above 1600 ISO the noise and grain starts to become prevalent. Immediately after the shoot I began to start my search for my next camera body.
Location: Indian Run Falls