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I don't know the first thing about taking pictures at night, but here are two that I like from when I tried to get some pictures of the moon from my front yard.
Long exposure photos look pretty fancy pants, with digital SLRs often used to create this effect.
Usually action shots require a fast shutter speed to freeze the action, while a long exposure shot aims to do the opposite. Wobbles and movement of any kind are to be avoided, this is why you need the tripod (there is no getting away from it, you may look like a plonker carrying it around but you need that tripod).
The goal is to slow down the shutter speed to increase the amount of time that the sensor is exposed to light, this is how movement is captured in the photo.
To capture the surreal images, he uses a Linhof Technikardan 45s large format (4A—5) camera outfitted with a 135mm Schneider Apo-Symmar lens.
I am a freelance photographer who is no stranger to smudged lenses, long hours in front of the computer, heavy camera bags (and the back aches that ensued) and missing lens caps.
It's not something I do that often, not for any particular reason (other than fear of getting mugged!) Anyway, over the weekend I had the chance to take some pictures of the Grand Canal area of Dublin City after dark. It's actually pretty straight forward, and not much different than how you would approach it on any other camera. Because of the Sony's 16:9 screen, the image doesn't fill the frame, and when most of it is black anyway, it's hard to see the edge of the frame. The images are sharp and relatively clean, even though I did under-expose a bit to keep the highlights from blowing out too much.
You may or may not know this about Lightroom, but it uses two different colour profiles depending on what mode you're in.
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These are used to prevent camera shake and extreme blur running throughout the whole picture. Once in bulb mode, you simply press the shutter button once to open the shutter, and then you press it again to close the shutter. Aperture settings will also depend on how much light is in your scene and how much exposure you want in the image. They reduce the amount of light entering the camera, permitting you to expose a photo for over a minute without it looking overexposed.

Once you’ve gotten to grips with these key tips you’ll be taking unique shots, which will aid you in developing your own photographic style and help you to build a stylized portfolio. However, sometimes this type of photo can happen by accident, the result can be disastrous or a pleasant surprise that fools you into thinking you have superior photography skills. Not so relevant for the budding sports photographer, this technique is great for creative photos, moving water and street photography, especially at night.
Obvious subjects include transport and people, but moving clouds can also create more subtle, yet dramatic photos. A good subject to start off with is car light trails. The lens of the camera stays open for longer in order to capture a long exposure shot, this means you’ll need to keep the camera steady for a good few seconds. Upload your photo, set the price and include the #longexposure to show us your photo skills and market your photos for sale. The white smoke trails billowing out of aircraft engines with their afterburners on full throttle draw trails in the sky that can fascinate for hours.
If you know what I'm talking about, you probably have as much love and passion for photography as I do. I had my Sony A6000 with me, along with a sigma 30mm and 19mm lens, and my somewhat ancient Manfrotto tripod. The glass facades and the unusual architecture combined with the artistic light installation make for a great subject.
The fact that it's mirrorless helps in that you're always getting a view from what the sensor sees, so you have a rough idea of how the shot's going to look.
This makes it's difficult to line up the shot using the screen, as it's hard to tell where the edges are.
If you're a Fuji X-Trans shooter and Lightroom user, check out my guide to post processing X-Trans files in Lightroom. These types of photos are appealing as they enable the viewer to see something that cannot be perceived by the naked eye. This is a commonly used for long exposures as these pictures are taken at extremely slow shutter speeds. This gives you control over how long the shutter is open for and how long your exposure is.
And yes these photos are arty-farty impressive, but shots like this are within your reach — just grab your smartphone! You can focus on the headlights or the taillights, but bear in mind headlights are a lot brighter than taillights so you’ll need to play with the settings if your aim is to capture both in one shot. By digitally combining multiple exposures of the same photo Slow Shutter Cam helps you work miracles.
If you’re shooting during the day and light conditions are good, select Motion Blur in the Capture Mode. American landscape photographer Kevin Cooley has ventured to capture not just jet streams but similar and more fascinating looking streaks in the heavens.
To capture the streaks of light, Kevin leaves the shutter open four or five minutes for each shot. I used aperture priority mode, in combination with the self timer and exposure combination and it worked perfectly.

You can of course use the EVF to check, but it's another reason as to why I don't like Sony's decision to use a 16:9 screen on the A6000. I found that the mages would posterise quite easily in Lightroom, especially if I tweaked the black levels much. There normally shouldn't be any visible difference, but in with the Tiffs I had exported from Capture One, in the Library module there was significant banding in the sky, but when I switched to the develop module, that banding disappeared. Moving water can be made to look like a soft mist, moving clouds appear hazy and moving lights give off luminous streaks. Between these night shots and a few indoor concert shots I have proved this to myself once again.
The setting depends on the location, the subject and the look you are going for, you will need to experiment with the settings. The light trails he captures using long exposure photos is a fascinating collection that has the skies drawn with these mystical looking lines of white in varying intensities.A Some are straight lines that look like cosmic highways, while others appear like intersecting freeways and flyovers that are part of a celestial network of roads.
I ended up going over to Capture One which seemed to handle the delicate gradients in the sky much better. The develop module is usually your reference for when this happens, as what you see there is what will get outputted, and luckily the output is fine, but it's one to watch out for. In the world of DSLRs there is a technical solution for this, but fear not, if you have an iPhone you can use your Apple earphones as a shutter release. Most of Kevina€™s photography takes place at major airports in and around the United States.
From there I exported them as Tiffs back to Lightroom, and used Lightroom to export them with a watermark.
In order to takes these shots, it is necessary that you are confident with your cameras manual mode and able to implement the correct settings on your model. Set up your tripod somewhere where it won’t get knocked by a passerby and, it may sound obvious, avoid a surface that is likely to vibrate (this can be a issue when photographing cityscapes and transport). Plug in the earphones and and use the volume up button to take the photo without needed to touch the phone — smart hey! Too long and your photo will be a blurred mess, too short and it will look like a bog standard photo.
Notable locations where he shot most of his impressive works are JFK and EWR in New York, ETC in North Carolina and LAX in Los Angeles. Originally the reason behind this is supposedly because the performance is greater with AdobeRGB, but surely improvements in processing power have rendered this moot at this point? Wind can also be a problem, position yourself somewhere where you’re shielded from the elements. These shots were for my Streets of Dublin project, and are part of my new website for the ongoing series, so if you haven't seen it already, stop by and check it out.

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