Out of creativity in Photography? Have you considered Night Photography?
Day time photography has its own creativity, but there are times that you can not find any motivation for taking artistic shots, such as overcast days.
As a photographer and artist you always looking for different opportunities to create amazing photos. As the daylight disappears, your hope for capturing the pictures vanishes too, Right?
Wrong! There is Night time photography.
Night photography awakens your creativity
Why Night Photography is different?
Photos taken at night have their own captivating aesthetic, and a sense which is quite rewarding: they recover scenes that would otherwise be left for the dark.
Night Photography has a bit of that romantic, mysterious quality; it allows you to capture a single perfect moment rarely exposed before and bring it out for the world to see.
What do I need for Night Photography?
It’s not a simple mission, but we know you love a good challenge! If you haven’t shot at night before and always wanted to try it, I encourage you to start it and see the beauty in night scenes. All you need is your digital camera, fully charged battery, memory card, and a tripod.
Capturing Firework at night
How about night photography techniques?
Night photography base techniques are the same as day time photography, Exposure and Composition. There are few more techniques that you need to learn. ISO and White Balance are good examples. Another example is since you use long exposure at night photography, you need to turn on the Long Exposure Noise Reduction setting on your camera etc.
Light Painting Technique
It is getting a little technical. Is there any workshop to assist me?
Here is the good news for you. Omnilargess Photography Classes offers the solutions:
That is all for now, stay tuned for articles in night photography techniques. As always we love hear from you. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Ted and the Omnilargess Team