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Low light photography exposure issue

posted May 23, 2018 06:40:23 by kaisago2526
Hello,

I have experienced in my very recent experiments with low light photography. Basically, I have found that my DSLR has a tendency to underexpose quite significantly - the darker the conditions, the more it underexposes. I mentioned the problem to Roger B and he suggested that my camera might be limited to a maximum value of 30 seconds for time exposures (as is the case with his). Well I have checked and sure enough the maximum length exposure time I can get in Av, Tv or metered manual is 30 seconds, which very probably explains the issue. Is there any way round this other than to resort to using the B setting and trial and error? What do other people do with regard to metering if they want an exposure that runs over several minutes?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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