One thing we get asked a lot is how to take a picture indoors or at night that isn't totally blurry, strangely-colored, or blown out by the flash. Low-light situations are some of the most challenging in photography; we can't rely on the sun to smooth over our mistakes. We'll cover your options indoors and in low light, including slow shutter, flash techniques, tripods, and controlling camera shake. Embrace the challenge!
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Charles Lavoie is a Brooklyn-based freelance and fine art photographer. Having specialized in editorial, architectural, and product photography, he has also been a photography instructor, teacher and tutor to over 1000 students in the New York City area since 2006.
Charles received his BFA from Detroit’s College For Creative Studies in 2004 and has been steadily shooting ever since - landscapes, portraits, street photography, still life - a true shutterbug who is happiest whenever he has a camera in his hands. At the heart of both his teaching and shooting is the core belief that photography is truly half art and half science; technical control is nothing without artistic ability and vice-versa.