Photos. 7 Bright Ways How to Shoot Street Photography at Night. On my Facebook fan page, I asked my readers what they wanted to have a blog post on.
There were several of you who mentioned an article about how to shoot street photography at night. Van Gogh once famously said, “I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.” I definitely feel that the same applies in street photography. I love shooting at night, because I feel that is when you can capture the true soul of the urban jungle–when street lights illuminate and people are on the prowl. Keep reading to see more tips on how to shoot street photography at night: 1. Having a grainy photo is often better than having a blurry photo. I like to embrace the grain and grittiness of high-ISO images.
So don’t be afraid to bump up your ISO when shooting at night. 2. Motion-blur can often add to the soul of an image by showing motion and energy. Very much so, you should try to capture motion in your night shots. 15 Tips for Low Light Landscape Photography. A Post By: Natalie Denton (nee Johnson) Capturing scenes in low light remains one of the most challenging aspects of photography, yet the results when executed well can be truly captivating.
Whether it’s an energetic cityscape or ethereal seascape the possibilities are endless. Here are a few essentials points to consider before you begin. It’s a good idea to formulate a plan of attack before the twilight hour so scout out a position while there is another available light and grab a few set up shots to make sure your scene works and will be free from distracting objects. Cityscapes are best viewed from a distance, whereas seascapes are more dramatic nearer to the shoreline. Image by V31S70 So start by setting your camera upon a solid tripod and switching the unit to manual or shutter priority if you are wish. Image by kern.justin Image by Paco CT Incorporate a foreground element to add interest, scale and to help contextualise the piece.
When photographers use shallow depth-of-field, the purpose is usually to make the subject of the photo stand out from the background. Unfortunately, this usually means that the photographer forgets about the aesthetic quality of the area not in focus and pays attention only to the subject. Big mistake. This article seeks to teach photographers how to achieve beautiful bokeh. Bokeh is the quality of the portion of a photograph that is not in sharp focus. 1. Image by anton khoff Because bokeh is the blurry portion of an image, it is directly related to depth of field, which controls how much of the image is out of focus. Many beginning photographers always push for the lowest aperture available. Should You Convert Your Photos to DNG? Our ninja team is poised and ready to send you the secret access to the Freebie Library, where you can frolic and download tons of mega helpful photography resources.
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Fill The Frame / Cropping If your shot is in danger of losing impact due to a busy background/surroundings, crop in tight around your main point of focus, eliminating the background so all attention falls on your main subject. This works particularly well with portraits when you're trying to capture something more intimate and focused or are shooting in a busy location where what's around them would just cause a distraction. Filling the frame could involve you capturing them from the waist up or for more impact, fill the frame with just their face. 2. Keep an eye on the edges of your frame to make sure the person/animal you're photographing hasn't had any of their body parts chopped off by it. 3. The most basic of all photography rules is all about dividing your shot into nine equal sections by a set of vertical and horizontal lines. Photomatix HDR photography Tutorial Introduction.