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NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY for beginners – Tips and camera settings explained

A beginners guide to taking amazing photos at night – we share tips to help you capture amazing low light photos with your digital camera. FREE tip sheet ⬇️

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About this video : Paul from Photo Genius shows you how to take amazing photos at night using Shutter Priority mode, featuring the Nikon Z6 and D3500.

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