We have a new video out! This one goes into the basics of capturing silhouettes of people set against artificial lighting, such as a wall of colorful LEDs. Join Lukasz as he explains the best practices for capturing these kinds of shots in Tokyo. You’ll learn about the shutter, aperture, and ISO settings you’ll need, as well as some tips for how to position yourself to maximize your chances of capturing the decisive moment. Take the ideas and apply them to your own photography in your city!
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