Evening and night photography

Evening and night photography

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8bit

3,109 posts

119 months

Wednesday 28th October 2020
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Smollet said:
Some great shots here. I’ve just started using Topaz denoise and am impressed with the results. Does anyone else use it?
I have the trial versions of that and Topaz Sharpen AI installed but haven't played with DeNoise yet, I'll have a proper look soon - thanks for the reminder.

leggly

1,527 posts

175 months

Thursday 29th October 2020
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smashing said:
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!
beer Excellent thumbup


leggly

1,527 posts

175 months

Thursday 29th October 2020
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Another shot from the bottom of our road. We haven't had a dark sky Aurora yet this season. Once the moon buggers off we will hopefully get some properly colourful displays.
End of the Show by Squiffy1308, on Flickr

satans worm

2,120 posts

181 months

Friday 30th October 2020
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Took this last year in Death Valley, my first start” shot.

Walking back and finding the car was somewhat challenging

_MG_9959 by justin bowdidge, on Flickr

This is technically early morning

_MG_9085 by justin bowdidge, on Flickr

Edited by satans worm on Friday 30th October 00:48


And more recently 9-11

Old School Film Photography by justin bowdidge, on Flickr


Edited by satans worm on Friday 30th October 00:55

dinkel

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25,758 posts

222 months

Saturday 31st October 2020
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There's no way a cellphone cam can match shots like these.

Any specs please? Thx!

Ledaig

1,575 posts

226 months

Saturday 31st October 2020
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Some great images being posted, I haven't been out much lately so here's some older ones which we've had printed and framed...

bigDSC_8203 , on Flickr

DSC_3525 11 , on Flickr

From the top of the Empire State building
New York (324) on Flickr

8bit

3,109 posts

119 months

Saturday 31st October 2020
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Shot this a while ago - this was lit entirely by moonlight. Full moon tonight but cloudy here, hopefully get a clear night tomorrow or Monday while the moon is still bright enough to try some more of this. 10 sec. exposure at f/1.4 and ISO 100, Nikon D610 and Sigma 35mm ART.

DSC_9115 by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

Edited by 8bit on Saturday 31st October 23:57

satans worm

2,120 posts

181 months

Sunday 1st November 2020
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Halloween night in Manhattan complete with full moon!

Halloween night in Manhattan by justin bowdidge, on Flickr

P5BNij

8,454 posts

70 months

Sunday 1st November 2020
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I can't compete with the stunning images posted so far but I like to take photos at work during the night when I get the chance using various small cheap cameras, these were all taken over the last fifteen years or so.... the railway takes on a different atmosphere when the light starts to fade....





















Lord Marylebone

12,619 posts

144 months

Sunday 1st November 2020
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Amazing thread.

I love night photography, especially 'city streets at night' or cityscape stuff.

chrismarr

239 posts

61 months

Sunday 1st November 2020
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Dark blue, dark blue by Chris Marr, on Flickr

Blue hour by the boat

and slightly later at Glencoe

Cliche Stars by Chris Marr, on Flickr

leggly

1,527 posts

175 months

Sunday 1st November 2020
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Inside the Rail Head at Royal Mail,PRDC.
Vanishing Point by Squiffy1308, on Flickr

smashing

1,471 posts

125 months

Sunday 1st November 2020
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leggly said:
smashing said:
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!
beer Excellent thumbup
Thanks, taken a long time to get to this point but slowly getting there after each session.

DavidY

4,310 posts

248 months

Monday 2nd November 2020
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Steam train at speed at night!!


Royal Scot by David Yeoman, on Flickr

satans worm

2,120 posts

181 months

Monday 2nd November 2020
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chrismarr said:
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and slightly later at Glencoe

Cliche Stars by Chris Marr, on Flickr
Love this, the stars are so sharp and clear as is the mountian, my efforts always seem to come out a bit muddy and with too much star moments

Do you know the aperture and shutter speed by chance?

dinkel

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25,758 posts

222 months

Monday 2nd November 2020
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It's getting better and better - cheers!

NGRhodes

1,125 posts

36 months

Monday 2nd November 2020
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Taken with an RX100 mark 1, processed with DxO.

Blackpool Tower by Nick Rhodes, on Flickr


chrismarr

239 posts

61 months

Thursday 5th November 2020
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satans worm said:
Love this, the stars are so sharp and clear as is the mountian, my efforts always seem to come out a bit muddy and with too much star moments

Do you know the aperture and shutter speed by chance?
ISO4000 30secs 14mm at F2.8 smile

Wee Samyang lens on my old D600

NGRhodes

1,125 posts

36 months

Thursday 5th November 2020
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smashing

1,471 posts

125 months

Friday 6th November 2020
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DavidY said:
Steam train at speed at night!!


Royal Scot by David Yeoman, on Flickr
That's awesome