Vampires may shun the daylight, but that's where your camera tends to do most of its best work. As the sun sets, your camera's unquenchable thirst for sunlight drives the needs for slower shutter speeds, wider apertures, and a big, bright flash.
So what if you love to take romantic twilight portraits or dramatic nighttime cityscapes? Don't worry--they're well within your grasp as long as you know how to feed your camera the light it needs, even in the dark. You can learn how to take photos at night and in dark settings like concerts by reading "Take Great Photos at Night," and keep reading for more low-light tips.