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Since it does not require installation, the DimScreen executable can reside in any folder, such as the Home Folder. Right-clicking on the notification icon opens up the brightness selection menu, with ten different levels. To help you locate the icon, DimScreen will automatically light up the menu.

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Control all your Philips Hue lights, whether you use Bluetooth or Hue Bridge. The main app for the Philips Hue system, it allows you to turn your lights on and off, create automations and timers, and even upgrade your Bluetooth system by adding a Hue Bridge.

Dimmer is a small and free application for Windows, designed to help you adjust the brightness of your computer screen, monitor or display. This becomes very useful when you are in near or total darkness and the minimum brightness from your display or screen is still too much. Dimmer offers a fast and easy way to correct this, so you can adjust the brightness of your displays. It can dim all your screens and monitors; LCD, TFT and LED backlit types (even old CRTs). It supports multiple screens, displays and monitors with convenient individual controls to adjust each one.

By reducing the brightness of your screens, Dimmer helps to protect you from excessive light radiation which damages your eyes. It has helped to save the eyesight of thousands of people since 2007. Some say it's better than carrots. Dimmer is designed to run on all versions of Windows in a quick, easy and intuitive way. It's also very lightweight on system resources, ideal for everyday use.

The need for this program came about when working at night with minimum ambient light in the room. This was uncomfortable and damaging to the eyes. So one day (back in 2004) I decided to develop Dimmer to solve this problem. The monitor brightness can now be easily adjusted via a slider and/or text input controls which are very easy to use. I eventually released it to the public in 2007.

Dimmer has been much acclaimed over the years for its simplicity and as the best dimming software for displays, screens or monitors. Feel free to recommend it to your friends and family and you may link to this page if you wish. Hope you enjoy and find this software useful.

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Disclaimer This software is free to download, use and distribute, but you may NOT modify it in any way and redistribute. File copyright information and readme files must accompany the software at all times. NO WARRANTIES of any kind are given, and in no event shall I be held responsible. That remains solely with you.

I look for pockets of light and sometimes will ask my subject to hop over to those little pockets. Embracing the shadows in shooting in low light can tell a very different story than a brightly lit image.

Here is another SOOC. The scene is a bit darker than the previous image. I shot with a wide aperture to capture more light. I was standing on the crib, I believe for this shot, so I kept my SS a little faster because I was doing a little balancing act to get this one.

Exposing the image properly in the beginning will give a much better end product. I also tend to expose to the right in any given lighting situation, which is really slightly overexposed. More often than not, I bring exposure down in post processing even in normal lighting situations.

By doing so, I am packing as much information as I can into the raw file so that I have more to work with when I edit. This is doubly important when shooting in low light. Remember, you can always bring the exposure down without losing information. Brightening an underexposed image will result in lots of grain/noise. And not the pretty kind.

Again, shoot as you normally would! Consider your light source. Do you use Kelvin? Dial in the correct temperature and shoot away. I use an ExpoDisc the majority of the time. I set my exposure, cover the lens with my Expodisc, point my camera toward the main light source and set a custom white balance (CWB).

While still in Lightroom, I decreased the exposure to look more like I had imagined. The white balance is a mess from the mixed lighting, so I decided not to change that and instead convert to black and white. Once in Photoshop, I cleaned up my background using the clone stamp. Next, I played with a curves layer until I liked the contrast of the image, added a matte finish in levels. Last, I sharpened and saved.

Beware when sharpening a low light photography image. Due to the nature of this type of image, especially if if hand held and relative short exposures, there will likely be some degree of noise/grain. Sharpening the overall image will accentuate that. I choose to only sharpen select areas of the images. In this one, I only sharpened his shorts.

For this reason, I recommend shooting with a fast lens and by that I mean one with a smaller aperture number. Look for a lens that can go as wide as f/1.8 like the 50mm 1.8 or 35mm 1.8. I personally love my Sigma 24mm 1.4 as well. If a lens that goes as wide as f/1.4 is in your budget go for it. It will bring in more light and will help you get a properly exposed image.

I am a wife, a mother of 3, and a natural light hobbyist photographer. Photography is my passion, my outlet, and my sanity. My love of photography started like most MWACs, when my 1st child was born. I shoot with a Nikon D700 and a handful of prime lenses. When not learning all I can about photography, I enjoy reading, decorating my home, lake time, mindless television, and laughing with the girls. Website Instagram

Wow. This is completely mind blowing! GREAT article. I have always seen these amazing low lighting shots and I thought those photographers had to just sit around with a tripod and a super long exposure to make those happen. I had no idea. Thank you so much for explaining this to me. I love the look and feel of those shots but I have never been able to match my end result with the vision I have when shooting. They are always underexposed and grainy because I was trying to create that moody feel in camera instead of exposing for the lighting situation that was available. Thank you, thank you!

Thank you for this article. I just had a Ah ah moment last week. Im a low light photography lover too! Im going to use those tips and im very excited about winter coming soon this years because im not affraid of low light anymore!

Good question! I should have thought to add that! Cameras do have a hard time finding focus in low light situations. While, I do at times use manual focus, most of the time I have pretty good luck with autofocus. Look for an area of high contrast. The more contrast, the easier it is for the camera to lock focus. Certain focal points are better for focusing too. Check out your camera model and look in the manual or online to see which focal points are crosshair focal points. Those are the strongest focal points and can lock focus much easier. The center focal point is usually a cross hair focal point. Lastly, I have found that different lenses are better than others. I know that my 105mm searches a good bit, while my 50mm and 85mm are much faster at focusing. So, trying out different lenses may help too. Hope this helps a bit! I might go back and add this question back into the original post.

I am not sure if you will still respond to these articles or not but I found this article so helpful and inspiring. I am very new to photography and was so inspired by your article that I took my camera off Auto and started shooting in manual the first week I got it! So many options! I am having a little trouble with my camera focusing in these low light situations. I really want to capture my little 9 month old in his crib while he is sleeping but am wondering if my equipment just will not do it because there is so little light. Any suggestions? Thanks so much.

There is light, is hope; dark place, is fear. Facing the dark road ahead, there is only one flashlight that accompanies you, illuminating your way forward. Of course, you are not alone, because at your side, with unknown creatures, they are like people, but not people, who do not know what they are, maybe they are just fantasy in your heart. Faint light, is your last hope, only through every door, to the bright, always go, do not look back ... -


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