How much should I charge for editing photos?

You could also download a photo management app that will help you manage your photos, but it’s not free so keep that in mind. The best way is to buy digital images as opposed to printing them, which can be cumbersome. The digital images can be used in Photoshop if you are at an office in the country where you live.

Do my photos need to be stored in a cloud?

When it comes to mobile storage, the answer is of no concern. If you’re an Android user, Dropbox or Google Drive should work perfectly. You can choose to store your photos on your USB key, as most people do, so the images could be transferred directly to a USB device. If you are using an Android device you should also use Nandroid Photo’s Android app on your phone, where you can export all your photos to a PDF/JPG/BMP/GIF file and import them in your computer.

I already have a camera on it. Is there any need to turn off the flash?

No. Many photographers take advantage of this feature to get out more of their photo opportunities. The reason we turn off the flash is for the same reason that you don’t have to pay much attention to the background when shooting in low light. There are many instances where you are not able capture a great shot, even if you use a flash, and that is why when you make your own lighting choices for the shot, such as using your phone’s flashlight, you get great photos.

Is it really possible to record in 4K?

Yes and No. For some people, a camera with 4K RAW support might help them improve their low light photography, but it’s important to realize that most camera lenses are too far away to capture 4K images at full resolution, which is what a digital camera needs to achieve. Many people are using 4K cameras because it will help them record on film in RAW format, but some of the issues associated with using 4K cameras (e.g., color noise, image distortion, noise, poor dynamic range) will affect low light photography as well.

How well does my DSLR work in low light?

As you can see from the chart below, DSLR is better in low light, but it also has its tradeoffs. At high ISO, the DSLR usually has an advantage, which usually outweighs the drawbacks. Even when taking a tripod to shoot pictures outdoors, the camera will also have a low noise