Photography tip, shooting at night by Hugh Nicholas

If you want to capture artificial light at night, shoot at dusk when the ambient light is slightly lower (Approximately 1=f/stop) than the artificial light. This will hold detail in the buildings / landscape etc and keep detail in the artificial lights. I would recommend a tripod and remote release allowing longer exposures at lower ISO’s without camera shake, and you can produce light-trails with long exposures when the lights or camera is moving. Experiment, have fun, and click here for more free photography tips and advice.

Low light photography

Shooting at night / dusk


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