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Fireworks (Click on image to zoom)
Most of the time when shooting fireworks, the subject is the fireworks themselves but for this photo I tried to concentrate on the boats in the bay that were there to see the fireworks. To time the photographs, I had the camera locked into a tripod and used a cable release with the camera set to bulb mode so that the shutter stayed open as long as I held the button on the release. Taken at 2.7 seconds, f/16 and ISO 400
Ferris Wheel (Click on photo to zoom)
This photograph is of a ferris wheel in motion and the pattern is actually made up of the light trails as the wheel turns. This was taken using a 3 second shutter speed to give the wheel time to move enough to get a good pattern. I zoomed in very close so that the image was more abstract, and to me, more interesting. Taken at 3 seconds, f/22 and ISO 200
Dave Navarro (Click on photo to zoom)
Photographing concerts can be really tough. To freeze the action in the low light, a shutter speed of 1/160 second was used along with a wide aperture of f/2.8 and the ISO was pushed all the way to ISO 2500. I waited until the light was at it’s brightest, then took a quick series of shots with this frame being the best of the three. Taken at 1/160 second, f/2.8 and ISO 2500
Star trails. City lights. Fireworks. The winning touchdown under the lights. To preserve these images, you must learn to manage light and exposure. This book explores lighting basics, exposure settings, and useful accessories,helping you take advantage of various low-light situations. Experiment with low-light portraits, freezing the action at an outdoor event, capturing the moon and stars, or creating artistic images with moving lights, then get feedback on your work at photoworkshop.com.
Photograph people in low-light situations, create unique cityscapes, and explore light painting
Understand white balance and the color of light
Capture the magic and mystery of a nighttime landscape
Preserve the beauty of the night sky
Use image editing software to reduce digital noise and get the most from your images
Very useful and handy for those wanting to take great night shots.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love the book. Can't wait to try out the workbook ideas.Published 4 months ago by William David New
I was expecting a book about night and low light photography, but it has way too much in it about portrait photography. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chris M. Davies
I've been dabbling in photography for a long time. I've always resisted having to climb the learning curve associated with "correct exposure". Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jeffrey W. Skinner