Top 10 Tips for Night Photography

June 7, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | Technique | 1 Comment |

Tower BridgeDSLR Doctor have published their top 10 tips for taking fantastic photos after dark with your DSLR camera.

“The best shooting mode to use for night photos is also the scariest for many DSLR owners – Manual exposure mode. The main reason for using this particular mode is that it’s usually the way to access the Bulb setting, which in turn allows you use shutter speeds longer than 30 seconds. Also, you’ll often find that the exposure suggested by the camera in Aperture or Shutter priority modes doesn’t give the most appealing results. Using Manual mode, you can quickly experiment with different shutter speed and apertures, finding the best combination for the subject that you’re shooting.”

Website: DSLR Doctor - Take Better Night Photos



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#1 Andrea

Yeah True and I agree what you have stated in this post especially with the Title :)

12:44 am - Monday, June 9, 2008