A to Z Challenge: N is for Night Photography
Welcome to today’s post for the great Blogging A to Z Challenge!
Today is N is for Night Photography.
If this was film, I would have done N is for Negative. But it’s not. Now, I’ve already talked a bit about night photo settings, so I am going to explore them a bit more here. I will keep it short. My last two posts have been pretty long!
So, a few tips I found out there in the Interwebs:
- Use a tripod (sorry, don’t have one…)
- Use an aperture number of F/8 to F/16
- Use a higher ISO
- Use longer exposure time (slower shutter speed). Thus a tripod would come in handy…
So, let’s try a few night/darkness photos using some of the settings I’ve already talked about.
Night Portrait (auto)
Flash Off (auto)
Manual mode – some night shots. Note that it’s hard to focus in the dark!!
No flash (just candlelight)
Here are some sites with tips and tricks for your enjoyment!