Night photography can provide very pleasant results, dynamic images that highlight the subject differently than we are accustomed to during the day. Still, nocturnal photography has a specific approach and requires more attention to detail alongside a more organized way of working.
What we need:
First of all we need a tripod to get clear images, especially when we want to capture the lights of the city.
Then we need a wide-angle lens and a camera remote control.As for camera settings, I prefer to work in manual mode with a lower ISO value to keep the image noise level under control, and a 30 second exposure time.
Camera: Nikon D7500
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM
Settings: f 10, 30sec, ISO 100
Have you tried shooting at night?
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You are right. I have a new phone and need to delve deeper into the instructions.
this looks like a postcard. like the ones, we used to send to people. amazing!
Some of my photos are used as postcards!
this one should be – amazing shot!
What a magical view!
Thank you, Ellie! This is what I see from my window!
I have tried a few times getting the stars and moon with no luck.
You need a little more practice and a tripod!
I tried night photography but was not successful. I only take photos with my smartphone.
I’m sure you can take night shots with your phone. You need a little practice.