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Transcript of Night photography
Find your composition first
Point one of the tripod legs towards your subject
Keep the center post vertical and perpendicular to the ground
Avoid extending the center post
Use an L-bracket for short lenses
Use a tripod collar for long lenses
Hang a camera bag or other heavy object from the center post for extra stability
THE PATHWAY TO A UNIQUE EXPOSURE
High dynamic range exposure
Camera exposure mode
Tones & contrast
Aperture, Shutter speed & ISO
Aperture priority? Shutter priority? Manual?
Depth of field
Control the area over which light can pass through your camera lens
The area of the opening increases as the f-stop decreases
The f-stop numbers correspond to each doubling/halving of light
Lower f-stop values correlate with a shallower depth of field
f-stop/depth of field
A narrow aperture range usually isn't a big problem, but a greater range does provide for more creative flexibility.
Control the sensitivity of your camera's sensor to a given amount of light
Higher ISO speeds dramatically increase image noise
Control the duration of the exposure
The shutter speed correlates 1:1 with the amount of light entering the camera
A faster shutter speed means a shorter exposure time
To add motion blur to the background of a moving subject. Carefully taken hand-held photos with stabilization
Specialty night and low-light photos on a tripod.
2 - 1/2 second
1 - 30+ seconds
1/2 - 1/30 second
To add a silky look to flowing water. Landscape photos on a tripod for enhanced depth of field
Highly varied light
Widen the focusing area
keep significant light and dark contrast in focusing area
Chang the focus points
Use center focus point
After focusing, find another view
Av id veiling glare