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Night Shots - Photography Tutorial

Night photography has an attraction all its own. There's something about scintillating lights from office windows hanging in the dark of the night -- a modern version of the starry skies -- that appeal to us. Whether it's a city skyline, lamp posts on a dark and deserted street, or the front of your house all decked out with holiday lights, the challenge of capturing the mood of a night scene depends on whether your digital camera is capable of night photography and on a couple of simple techniques.


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Night Landscapes - Photography Tutorial

Many photographers assume that once the sun goes down, so do the opportunities to take spectacular landscape images. Some of the most beautiful photographs were taken under extremely low light or nearly pitch-black conditions.


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Night Shots: Tips and Tricks - Photography Tutorial

Night photos can be some of the most dramatic photographs that you’ll ever shoot.
City lights can create a beautiful look, with the correct aperture setting.

Shooting photos of fireworks is fun, but needs a long shutter opening.

Capturing photos of your friends during a nighttime party requires a good flash unit.

Shooting those night photos can be a challenge, but having the right equipment and knowing the correct techniques certainly helps.

Try these tips to improve your night photography results.


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How to Photograph Fireworks - Photography Tutorial

Have you ever wondered how to photograph fireworks? Do you need to have a manual SLR (Single Reflective Lens) to achieve nice shots? Here are some tips, guides, and recommendations on how you can achieve some eye-catching creative photography.


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Intro and Common Obstacles in Night Shots - Photography Tutorial

Night photography has the ability to take a scene and cast it in an unusual light-- much like the "golden hour" surrounding sunrise and sunset can add an element of mood and uniqueness to a sunlit scene. Just as how sports and landscape photography push the camera's limits for shutter speed and aperture, respectively, night photography often demands technical extremes in both.


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Perfect Night Shots - Photography Video Tutorial

Learn how to take successful photos at night!


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DSLR Tips: Night Scenes - Photography Video Tutorial

In this tutorial we will be showing you how to take successful photos at night.


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Low Lights - Photography Video Tutorial

This tutorial is designed to show you how to shoot in clubs, in the night or any other place where there is very little light. Enjoy and Learn.


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How to Shoot Still Stars with a D-SLR - Photography Video Tutorial

This video shows you how to photograph stars without doing a long exposure and to avoid human error by listening to what the camera meter says. This video is for D-SLR's only. Watch another video for star trails using a 35mm film.


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How to Shoot the Moon - Photography Video Tutorial

This video demonstrates you how to take an excellent close up photograph of the Earth's Moon without a name - also demonstrates you how to develop the RAW (or NEF) files in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (We use the original LR in this tutorial but similar results in LR 2) and Adobe Photoshop CS3 (similar results in CS4). Enjoy!


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