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When the sun goes down, most of us will ramp up the ISO speed on our cameras to gather as much light as possible. However, we all know that the best, cleanest results come from keeping the ISO down to a minimum. So grab a tripod, set a slow shutter speed, and capture a low light/night scene with a low ISO setting. Be creative and have fun.
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Tuesday, 3rd June, 2014 (GMT)
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