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Nighttime provides for a unique setting. But to take great pictures, you’ll need to make up for the lack of light. With a few techniques and the right equipment, you’ll be able to capture the magic of the night and take photos that are full of light and movement.
The secret to taking great night shots is to make sure your exposure time is fairly long (up to 30 seconds). A tripod is practically essential for taking night shots, too. If you don’t have one, find something stable to rest your camera on. Ideally you should use the shutter-release button to reduce the risk of blurred shots.
Before you do anything else, disable the automatic flash. It won’t be powerful enough to light your nighttime subjects.
Most of these cameras feature modes for night shooting ("Night Portrait" and "Night Landscape"), which offer greater sensitivity and longer exposure times.
Reflex cameras, which offer a lot of settings when in manual mode (abbreviated as "M"), are perfect for taking night shots. Here are the recommended settings:
The advantage of a long exposure time is that it produces trails of light behind any moving vehicles you snap.
If you want your subjects to stand out from the backdrop, without the latter looking too dark, select the “Night Portrait” or “Night Landscape” mode that you’ll find on most point-and-shoot cameras. The camera will then automatically revert to a slow shutter speed and adjust the flash accordingly. As a result, your subjects will stand out clearly and the backdrop will remain visible. To get the most out of this mode, make sure to:
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