Tag: Night

Street Photography Tips at Night

Taking pictures at night gives an image a completely different feel because it captures different stories of daily life—sometimes more dramatic than the ones captured during the day. There is also a whole new cast of characters at night that make taking pictures on the streets after dark an even more adventurous experience in street […]

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Photographing Cities at Night

Cities offer a wealth of amazing photo opportunities, and at night they really come alive. With all the amazing architecture, street scenes, and lights aglow, it’s as if this was all done with photographers in mind. Although sunsets can be amazing in a city—especially if you have a great view of the skyline—once blue hour […]

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Photographing Traffic at Night in the City

Related reminder: only a few days left for the popular 5 Day Photography Deal Moving traffic is like a city’s bloodstream—it’s always moving, pulsating through veiny streets, which can bring your photography to life if you know how to capture it. When it comes to traffic moving in the evening, you have a few technical options […]

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Tips and Tricks for Night Photography of the Starry Sky

During the last year, I’ve become a big fan of night photography and the night sky. I’ve always enjoyed it but my hometown in Norway doesn’t have the most interesting landscape. So I rarely bothered to go out during night – unless there was a rare show of Northern Lights or meteorite showers. After packing up […]

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Night Time Photography Tips

Many digital photography beginners I know stick rigidly to daytime shots, apprehensive about their rate of success at night. If you’ve delayed taking that next step, or find you just don’t seem to take many night time photographs, here are a few common sense tips that will quickly help you on your way. Photo by […]

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How to do Night Photography With No Tripod – and a Little Photoshop Help

In this article I am going to show you how you can do amazing night photography with no tripod and not too much grain. In this photo I was on the Academia Bridge in Venice, the place to be to catch the sunset. There were tons of photographers taking long exposure photos, so many that […]

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Bokeh Lens Photography Trick at Night

It’s easy to get addicted to the soft, surreal look bokeh provides. Transforming light outside of the focal point into fantastic abstraction is the perfect companion for any portrait photographer looking to eliminate foreground and background distractions. In this tutorial, Mathieu Stern offers his unique brand of creativity in a hack that brings explosive bokeh bursts […]

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