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Night Photography Class

Night Photography Means More Creativity

We all know that for photography we need light and there is not enough light at night to take good pictures. However, by learning night photography skills, you can be even more creative at night!

Is Night Time Photography Different than Day Time?

Night time photography has the same principles as day time photography. However, there are few extra skills the you should learn which separate night photography from other genres.

For instance, Shutter speed and Aperture control the exposure but they have more functions in night photography. Therefore, these extra functions make night images extremely artistic.

Finally, we are going to have our Night Photography Class on March 22nd.

Here is more information for you:

Night Scene

5 seconds shutter speed allowed me to draw the heart in our night time photography class
5 seconds shutter speed allowed me to draw the heart in our night time photography class

What are the differences?

One of the main differences is the amount of light. There isn’t enough light in night time to use a fast shutter speed, unless you use a high ISO. Therefore, using a higher ISO can result in grainy photographs. However, by slowing down the shutter speed, you can maintain the clarity and dynamic range of the photos.

Finally, another difference to discuss is about Light Painting Techniques. Due to longer exposure in Night Photography, a photographer can use Light Painting techniques to shed some light to part or parts of the scene and creates fabulous pictures.

Light Painting Techniques are part of the Night Photography Class. Here are some photographs from Previous students at Night time photography Class.

Night Photography Class

Starting March, 22nd

Night Time Photography workshop is a 3 hour class which covers skills to capture amazing night images. It includes:

  • Understanding Long Shutter Exposure
  • Built in High ISO Noise Reduction function
  • Using Bulb mode
  • Metering for Night Photography
  • Uses of camera’s  White Balance Presets
  • Custom White Balance
  • And much more

That is all for now. Stay tuned for my next photography Tips. We love to hear from you. Let us know if you have any questions, feel free to send  us your questions and we will be more than happy to answer them. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more Free Tutorials and Tips.

Ted and the Omnilargess Team

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