Evening and night photography

Evening and night photography

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C n C

2,314 posts

185 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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Amsterdam

ISO1600 28mm, f4, 0.8 sec handheld.
Canon 5D mk3
3O2A2244 by conradsphotos, on Flickr


Lincoln - Steep Hill
ISO 800. 24mm, f5.6, 0.5s handheld
Canon 5D (mk1)

IMG_6025 by conradsphotos, on Flickr


Wembley Stadium (on a Tunnel Run evening)
ISO200, 17mm, f2.8, 2s. handheld/resting on the floor.
Minolta Dynax 7D

PICT2149a by conradsphotos, on Flickr


Funfair Ride - local park
ISO200, 40mm. f10, 0/6s, handheld
Canon 5D mk3

3O2A2297 by conradsphotos, on Flickr


St Pauls Cathedral
ISO1600. 105mm, f5.6, 0.4s
Canon 5D mk3

3O2A7235 copy by conradsphotos, on Flickr


Finally, this was taken at night but mixing flash with a reasonably long exposure:
ISO800, 40mm, f11, 0.2s, handheld with flash
Canon 5D (mk 1)

IMG_5861 by conradsphotos, on Flickr


8bit

3,115 posts

119 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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Shot this for a private client recently, the main shoot was in another location at sunset but we headed into town afterwards to do some of this for fun. Think this was seven or eight exposures, stacked for additional trails.

DSC_8340-Edit-Edit by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

dinkel

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25,759 posts

222 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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Wow, great stuff. I've just dipped my toes into this stuff and will come up with more. Handheld off course...

rst99

472 posts

166 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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Market Square by rsthomas9, on Flickr

Sony A7R3 with Canon FD 50mm F1.4 lens

1/80th sec, F1.8, ISO 1000, Handheld

dinkel

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25,759 posts

222 months

Sunday 4th October 2020
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28-09-2020, 20:34 hrs, Park Plaza Hotel Utrecht - 1/1.6 s, f 3.5, ISO 1000 handheld. Slighty tuned in Olympus Workspace.

xupheus

12 posts

73 months

Monday 5th October 2020
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DavidY

4,310 posts

248 months

8bit

3,115 posts

119 months

Monday 5th October 2020
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xupheus said:
Wow!

C n C

2,314 posts

185 months

Tuesday 6th October 2020
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malks222

1,360 posts

103 months

Thursday 8th October 2020
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dinkel

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25,759 posts

222 months

Saturday 10th October 2020
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28-09-2020, 20:57 u, Lange Nieuwstraat, Catharijnekerk, Utrecht.
Olympus OM-D E-M10 MkIII, F3,5, 1/4 sec.


Low Key Duotone version of the underexposed snap.

eein

847 posts

229 months

Sunday 11th October 2020
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Night photography is great, especially as it's one of the areas that camera phones just just cannot conquer.

Did this last night as one of my pics to sell my car. Took a bit of Lightroom processing to get a nice balance of seeing the car but not blazing headlights.


leggly

1,527 posts

175 months

Sunday 11th October 2020
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Slip Aurora by Squiffy1308, on Flickr
Looking north from Portskerra just before the sky exploded into life with the best Aurora I've seen so far living up here. Yes a tripod was used. thumbup

Smollet

6,228 posts

154 months

Monday 12th October 2020
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Ypres. iPhone 5

dinkel

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25,759 posts

222 months

Monday 12th October 2020
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iPhone does OK but with low-key and high contrast in low key situations the poor thing gets lost...

strummerville

983 posts

91 months

Tuesday 13th October 2020
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I think I'm going to struggle in this company - but here's three off my Sony RX100. All jpegs straight out of the camera:

Ghent Christmas Market:


Quayside, Italian Lakes:


Porto city centre:


C n C

2,314 posts

185 months

Tuesday 13th October 2020
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Lincoln Cathedral
Canon 5D mk1, 24-105mm at 28mm
ISO800 1/15sec f5.6. handheld

IMG_6023 by conradsphotos, on Flickr

smashing

1,471 posts

125 months

Tuesday 27th October 2020
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I'll throw this one out there as I think it counts as night photography smile IC 1805 - Heart Nebula



Still so much to learn on how to process these things!

anonymous-user

18 months

Tuesday 27th October 2020
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You can get decent results from an iPhone (this is an 11 Pro Max) - even hand held.

Maybe the lighting helped, but I was really happy with these - especially as they were taken after a few beers and glühweins!











Smollet

6,228 posts

154 months

Wednesday 28th October 2020
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Some great shots here. I’ve just started using Topaz denoise and am impressed with the results. Does anyone else use it?