|Posted by ryanpics|
Shoot manual and use the lowest iso you can. Use a tripod and either a shutter release or just a delay in camera. Just run a long exposure and it should turn out fine.
Lowest Iso is not desirable unless it's absolutely needed...
A fast lense, f/2.8 or faster helps a lot.&
Use a red laser point to acquire AF lock ups.
635 nm works best.
Works even at a 100+ yards in dim light. Simple shine where you want to the AF lock point to be..,
works like a charm.