Maybe some people were thinking that daytime is the best moment to capture a photo. Well, they didn’t know that a night-time shot could be better. In night photography, you’ll have a choice in using artificial light or long exposure effect to capture an image. Long exposure is used to properly expose the subject without the help of flash and to add up spice to the photo. Late dusk is the preferred time with just a bit of light left in the sky. The advantage of shooting at this time is less large areas of black in the image. This cuts down on excessive contrast and adds more colour to the image.
Just imagine yourself shooting in Las Vegas at night. Can you picture the different colours? Hmm… Now you think night photography is exciting? Not just colours, but also reflections through water, smokes from vehicles and factories, and celestial bodies can be subjects in night photography. So here we prepared 41 Examples of Night Photography to give you an inspiration. Take a look and enjoy!
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very nice stuff.
thanks and greetings Ben
wow! very nice collection, good quality,.
what a great compilation..thanks for doing the research to find these talented photographers..
i like all the photos..very high quality
good job dude!
awesome, cool list.. thanks
wow, i’m flattered, thanks for selecting my photo “factory at night” along with these great other photos 🙂
Very cool photos, so many different styles…good list.
WOW! Great photos! Thanks for the share.
Some great photos!
awesome pictures 😀
Wow….These photos are very nice evening. I enjoyed the photos on
Incredibly beautiful!! It’s a perfect capture.
A capture, a professional can only do.
very amazing examples.. thanks for sharing!
like in my sweet dream ,it is very nice stuff, thanks and greetings Ben
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