Evening and night photography

Evening and night photography

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dinkel

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25,755 posts

222 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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28-09-2020, 20:06 hrs, Koningsbergerstraat, Utrecht.
My first nightshot with the Olympus EM10/3: ISO 1000, 1,3 secs, f3,5, from RAW to jpg via Olympus Workspace. Amazing. I shot on A so overall the image was too light but not overexposed. Half way the evening I switched to S (instead of A) to choose shutterspeeds between 1/8 and 2 secs at 400-200 ISO. Handheld... Phew, what a camera.
More to come.

Please share your evening and night photography. Cheers.

GravelBen

14,326 posts

194 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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This one wasn't hand held!

Milky Way over Woolshed Creek Hut (edit 3) by Ben, on Flickr

Riley Blue

17,533 posts

190 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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I was rather pleased with this (my first attempt too)


leggly

1,527 posts

175 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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Aurora by Squiffy1308, on Flickr

The Aurora Season has really kicked off up here. thumbup

dinkel

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25,755 posts

222 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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Handheld? Great stuff. Maybe add some tech specs. Thx!

Greendubber

10,601 posts

167 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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Nothing special but I quite liked this quick phone snap from a damp night in New York.


leggly

1,527 posts

175 months

Tuesday 29th September 2020
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dinkel said:
Handheld? Great stuff. Maybe add some tech specs. Thx!
There aren’t many decent hand held night images. Not impossible but a tripod a always helps biggrin
f/2.8, 16mm, ISO800 and six seconds for the image I posted earlier. thumbup

Edited by leggly on Tuesday 29th September 23:34

dinkel

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25,755 posts

222 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Cheers. Yeah, there's a huge difference between city night and landscape night. Cities are decent lit so anything up to 2 secs can make for a photo.

Jurgen

212 posts

119 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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I love cities at night, but I also hate carrying tripods biggrin Shooting handheld is doable though with a stabilized lens or body.

This one was taking handheld in Nuremberg Germany a few weeks ago:
Nürnberg Hauptmarkt by jurgen slender, on Flickr

DavidY

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248 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Jurgen

212 posts

119 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Some really nice images there! Nice cameras as well smile

8bit

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119 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Shot this early last year, Stonehaven harbour in Aberdeenshire from a viewpoint on the cliffs just to the south of the harbour entrance. Taken on a Nikon D610 with a Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. 24mm, f/6.3, ISO100, single 10 sec. exposure.

DSC_8890 by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

rst99

472 posts

166 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Gad-Westy

11,263 posts

177 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Some great stuff here ^^^

This is very much my favourite genre. A couple of recent efforts.

Milkyway by G.A.D, on Flickr

Blue Tyne by G.A.D, on Flickr

DIW35

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164 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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neilski

2,562 posts

199 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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Streetfood vendors in Xi'an, China.



Canon PowerShot G15 handheld @ f/1.8, 1/60s, ISO 800.

dinkel

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222 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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And we have a lift off: so happy with the postings. Super! Please keep 'em coming.

GravelBen

14,326 posts

194 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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Well ok then... hehe (click through to flickr for technical details, I'm too lazy to copy them over)

Lake Ontario by Ben, on Flickr

Toronto Dawn by Ben, on Flickr

Evening Moon by Ben, on Flickr

Aurora Australis 31/08/19 by Ben, on Flickr

Aurora Australis 27 Mar 2017 by Ben, on Flickr

neilski

2,562 posts

199 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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American Falls & Bridal Falls, two of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls.



Canon PowerShot G15 @ 8.5mm (equivalent to 39mm on FF) f/2.8, 15s, ISO 80.

sunnygym

820 posts

139 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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