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Fun in the dark. A guide to low-light photography. Includes a reciprocity compensation table.
CAMERA & DARKROOM Feb 1994 (v.16#2) pg. 44

Tip on correcting for reciprocity failure when making low-light exposures longer than one second.
CAMERA & DARKROOM Apr 1994 (v.16#4) pg. 4

Correcting and understanding reciprocity departures. How to calculate the correct exposure time for low-light exposures longer than one second.

Handholding Kodachrome 25. Improving your resolution when taking low-light photos without a tripod.

Double-complementary filtration. Using slow color film in low light situations.

How to increase shadow detail when photographing in low light situations.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1982 (v.4#2) pg. 49

The magic of twilight. How to take color photos at twilight. Covers exposure, metering, contrast, and films.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY May 1990 (v.12#5) pg. 58

Bring on the night. Developing tricks to enhance your available-light photography.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1990 (v.12#10) pg. 44

Pushing Kodak Tri-X film for newspaper work. Very useful in low-light sports photography.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Winter 1980 (v.1#1) pg. 58

Film and filtration for long time exposures. Includes a reciprocity data table for 27 different 35mm color films.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1984 (v.33#8) pg. 28

Improving your low-light movies by using supplementary light to enhance the subject without detracting from the illusion of low or soft lighting in the scene.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Mar 1976 (v.40#3) pg. 96

Tips on taking video movies in darkened areas, such as a small theater.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY May 1986 (v.50#5) pg. 56

More tips on taking and printing available light pictures. The secret is in a steady camera and a longer exposure time.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Apr 1980 (v.8#12) pg. 18

Long exposures. How to make them more predictable.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Aug 1981 (v.10#4) pg. 66

How to take pictures using moonlight as the light source.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Sep 1982 (v.11#5) pg. 84

Dusk, dark and twilight photography. Some tips from a professional.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Dec 1982 (v.11#8) pg. 104

Twilight photography. Technique and gadgetry combine to show you how.
PHOTOGRAPHIC May 1985 (v.14#1) pg. 72

Available-light portraiture with a 4x5 camera. Some tips from the photographer Wah Lui.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jul 1985 (v.14#3) pg. 52

Performance photography. Shooting without flash at the extremes of available light, such as that found inside a darkened hall during a theatrical performance.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Dec 1985 (v.14#8) pg. 26

Basic photo techniques: Available-light portraits.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Sep 1986 (v.15#5) pg. 41

Low-light landscapes. Tips on photographing landscapes after sunset and before sunrise. Other low-light opportunities include moonlight, fog, overcast, etc.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Oct 1986 (v.15#6) pg. 44

Nighttime is the right time for making those images editors love. Understanding twilight and available light conditions.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Nov 1988 (v.17#7) pg. 24

Capturing the shades of twilight before sunrise and after sunset with long timed exposures.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jun 1989 (v.18#2) pg. 40

Photographing wildlife in low-light conditions. Tips on equipment and techniques.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jul 1994 (v.23#3) pg. 52

Shooting in the twilight zone. Advice on taking photographs in the muted light after sunset or before sunrise.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Dec 1996 (v.25#8) pg. 71

How to freeze action when taking available-light photos.
PHOTOGRAPHIC May 1997 (v.26#1) pg. 39

Ten tips for available-light photography.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jan 1998 (v.26#9) pg. 48

Photographic acuity. Tips on the resolving power of photographs taken under low-light-level conditions.
PHOTOMETHODS Oct 1985 (v.28#10) pg. 8

Tips on taking color pictures with available light only.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1968 (v.129#1) pg. 160

A chart designed to be cut out to make a calculator to determine exposure for taking available light pictures at night. The correct exposure for 26 typical scenes (fireworks, lighted fountains, etc.) is given by this device.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Apr 1968 (v.62#4) pg. 116

Tint clear flashbulbs with an amber coloring and use them for fill illumination when doing available light color photography.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1969 (v.64#1) pg. 64

Make sharper, more interesting pictures that seem to have been taken in available light by using a few simple flash techniques.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1970 (v.66#6) pg. 32

A modern primer on available light photography.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY May 1971 (v.68#5) pg. 99

Using Kodak's 2485 High Speed recording film to do available light photography with an E.I. of 8,000.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1972 (v.70#6) pg. 77

Tips on improving your available light black and white pictures.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1972 (v.71#4) pg. 16

More tips on available light photography. How to relocate available light.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1972 (v.71#5) pg. 24

Available light photography. Bill Pearce tells how to make sharp, properly exposed black and white and color pictures in low light levels. An excerpt from the 15th edition of Leica Photography...
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1973 (v.73#3) pg. 96

Nine ways to better available light pictures.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1974 (v.74#6) pg. 94

How to make better available light pictures. Isolate your subject, simplify the composition and have your camera preset and ready.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1974 (v.75#5) pg. 38

Improve your low light pictures by stopping down your lens and using a tripod. Some tips.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Apr 1976 (v.78#4) pg. 106

How to get sharper pictures with fast lenses in available light.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1977 (v.81#5) pg. 60

Tips on getting your subjects in sharp focus when using available light and an SLR camera.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1981 (v.88#2) pg. 21

After the sun goes down. The best light comes at the end of the day. How to get it on film. Tips on low light photography.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1984 (v.91#8) pg. 54

Afterglow. Professional photographer shows students the colorful mysteries of twilight photography.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1984 (v.91#12) pg. 52

Tips for taking photographs under low-light conditions without flash or other auxiliary lighting. The secret is finding a way to steady the camera.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY May 1987 (v.94#5) pg. 24

Color crossover. Unique combination of Konica SR-V 3200 color print film and panchromatic paper blazes a new frontier in black-and-white available-light photography.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1987 (v.94#11) pg. 94

How to shoot in available low-light using simple, common-sense preparation.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1992 (v.99#9) pg. 40

Shoot by available light. Tips on various techniques and choosing the right film (b&w or color).
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1992 (v.99#10) pg. 36

Tips on overcoming difficulties in taking available-light photos with a point-and-shoot camera.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1993 (v.57#2) pg. 14

How to shoot extremely long exposures at night or with only available light.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1993 (v.57#6) pg. 43

How to shoot in really low light.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1996 (v.60#9) pg. 53

How to shoot in low light. Advice from 11 professionals.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Apr 1998 (v.62#4) pg. 68

Best how-to tips for shooting in low light without flash.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1998 (v.62#10) pg. 95

Shooting with available light.
POPULAR SCIENCE Mar 1963 (v.182#3) pg. 102

Lowlight photography techniques.
SHUTTERBUG #268 Jan 1993 (v.22#3) pg. 28

Black-and-white photography with available light. Tips on the best cameras and films.
SHUTTERBUG #282 Mar 1994 (v.23#5) pg. 14

No visible means of support. Tips on taking low-light photos in situations where a tripod is not allowed.
SHUTTERBUG #331 Apr 1998 (v.27#6) pg. 218

Handwork. Advice on getting good long-lens, low-light photos without using a tripod.
SHUTTERBUG #333 Jun 1998 (v.27#8) pg. 94

Low-light shooting. Indoor and outdoor tips.
SHUTTERBUG #345 Jun 1999 (v.28#8) pg. 44

Tips on filming in places dimly lit by fluorescent lights and window light (daylight).
SUPER-8 FILMAKER Sep-Oct 1980 (v.8#6) pg. 10