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Tips For Night Photography

Fundamental tips for Night Photography

With Omnilargess Night Photography class coming up this Friday I thought everyone would enjoy some great tips on night photography. There are only two more seats available for this amazing workshop!

Why do we take night photos? 

While they’re not difficult, they can be a challenge. Photography by definition is painting with light, and at night…well, there is very little light! This means we have to be more creative to achieve our goal ...

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Night Time Photography Techniques

Night Time Photography Techniques

Some images from our last night scene photography class

Night time photography is a part of our eight week photography program (Digital Camera Bootcamp). There are many subjects suitable for night photography, but do you know how to set your camera for the best results?

In our Digital Camera Photography Bootcamp we cover almost everything related to photography from beginner to intermediate levels. Topics such as camera controls, settings and composition are a few examples. One of the ...

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Learn Night Time Photography

Learn Night Time Photography 

Some images from Omnilargess Night Time Photography Class

Night time photography is a part of our eight week photography program (Digital Camera Bootcamp). There are many subjects suitable for night time photography, but do you know how to set your camera for the best results?

In our Digital Camera Photography Bootcamp we cover almost everything related to photography from beginner to intermediate levels. Topics such as camera controls, settings and composition are a few examples. One of the ...

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Abbotsford Night Scene Photography

Night Scene Photography Techniques

Ever tried to do a photo shoot as the sun is setting and the light is beautiful? You can get some pretty great shots! The only problem is that, at this time of day, the light changes roughly every 10 minutes. This means that you have to change many variables which compose your exposure, so that you get a well lit, accurately coloured, and professional-looking shot. If you don’t care about these things, you may ...

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