Holiday Photography Tips Released by the New York Institute of Photography

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This week, the New York Institute of Photography released their annual update on tips for capturing the holiday season with your camera.

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We’re thrilled to be able to offer free tips to those photography enthusiasts looking to take advantage to the amazing photo opportunities that the holidays offer

This week, the New York Institute of Photography released their annual update on tips for capturing the holiday season with your camera. Long a part of NYIP’s free photography articles, “How to Take Great Photos of Holiday Lights” was released to the public this week.

Below is an excerpt from the article:    

‘Amplifying a digital signal is like turning the volume up on your radio as loud as it will go. At the maximum volume every hiss, pop, and scratch is heard and, depending on the quality of the equipment, quality is diminished. The same thing happens in a digital camera. When the ISO setting is increased, every image artifact and defect is magnified.

To achieve the best image quality, you might try working with a slower ISO setting to start. If you are having trouble getting a good exposure, increase the ISO as needed. You might even try using the Auto ISO setting and see how the camera chooses to handle exposure.’

Click the link to read the full “How to Take Great Photos of Holiday Lights” article.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer free tips to those photography enthusiasts looking to take advantage to the amazing photo opportunities that the holidays offer,” said Chuck DeLaney, NYIP’s Director.

About NYIP
The New York Institute of Photography offers three great home-study photography courses. Founded in 1910, NYIP is the oldest and largest photography school in the world, having successfully trained thousands of photographers over more than 100 years. Located in the heart of the art capital of the world, New York City, NYIP brings high quality photography education straight to its students’ doors. NYIP is owned and operated by Distance Education Co., LLC, with two sister schools also located in Manhattan, the Sheffield School and the New York Institute of Career Development.

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