NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY

NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY

We’re looking at how to take photos at night – tips to help improve your night time photography game. Edited these photos with my Lightroom PRESET PACK: https://goo.gl/BeQAcG // The Music I use: https://goo.gl/IMZC9A – AMAZING for YouTubers

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50 replies
  1. Mayank Kumar
    Mayank Kumar says:

    If you dont have a remote button for your camera, you can also use the timer option. Set it it 3 to 4 second and then let it take the picture.👌

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  2. Peter McKinnon
    Peter McKinnon says:

    Ya’ll have been asking about night photography for a while! Hope some of these tips help! That water bottle tip though- Wooooo!!! Pumped on that!

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  3. Jonathan LeRoy
    Jonathan LeRoy says:

    Instead of a remote, you can set the camera to a couple second delay for a cheaper option, to avoid that shutter shake.

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  4. Caridad  Arguello
    Caridad Arguello says:

    Why do I feel like I’ve seen you in the winter lantern festival 🤣 this is super interesting, so I’m trying to get into photography your videos are super helpful.

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  5. Harry_09
    Harry_09 says:

    Peter, the option I used before I had a remote was using the 2sec delay to reduce camera shake from depressing the shutter button.

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  6. The Rox's
    The Rox's says:

    I work night shift, so it’s completely the opposite for me, I’m very familiar with night photography, and when it comes to day, I struggle a little more, things are always over exposed and takes me a little longer to get things set up

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  7. Sombra
    Sombra says:

    Instead of a remote, you can use your smartphone. I for example have a panasonic camera, conncted by using the panasonic app on my phone. The range of it is quite decent, so it also works well if you want to have yourself in the frame.

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  8. Manu Media
    Manu Media says:

    Hi ,my name is manu.im from india.Will you make me a trainee?.plz.i have no professional camera,but I have huge fan of you and photography.can I assist you plz. +91 9809308424 is my mobile no

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  9. silbay
    silbay says:

    I cut my photography baby teeth taking what was considered "hard" and not advised shots (backlight, night, bad weather, etc) on a Canon TLb shooting Kodachrome (still shoot Canon to this day MANY years later). So many "photographers" are so scared to get out of their comfort zone that they miss what life offers and especially what a major city offers at night. Loved Chicago, LA, Denver, and others. Always something going on, interesting people, etc. Just get out there and shoot. You all have it made today with DSLR’s that have iso into the oh-my-god range with instant feedback, no film or developing cost, no reciprocity failure, etc. Take a chance you may surprise the hell out of yourself. BTW want a cheap easily portable camera mount and don’t want to spring for a tripod? Make yourself a small bean bag. Fits in any backpack, weighs basically nothing if you use polystyrene beads and can be adjusted.

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