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Taking photo with room's light?


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Hi =]

I'm a starter in photography.

I have a Samsung 7.2 megapixel camera and when I take photos with no real day light (rooms light or something) the pictures are just low quality and crappy (I always take my photos WITHOUT FLASH! cuz it makes them look too flat).

What's the tip you can give me to photograph in room lights? (yellow / white lights).


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Stabilise the camera (tripod), and then take the shot using the cameras self timer to further eliminate camera shake.
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and make sure you set your cameras white balance correctly.
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Check to see whether there are scene options on your camera. Look for "Indoors" or perhaps there might be settings based on lighting, such as "Tungsten" and "Fluorescent"


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Oh ok thank you guys very much, I will check this out.
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