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11/26/2006 11:34:13 PM · #1
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'A Short Introduction To Night Photography'
by Philos

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11/26/2006 11:46:33 PM · #2
Philos -

Well done tutorial! Easy and quick to read. Informative examples.
You've succeeded, I'm going to give night shots a try! Thank you!

Cheers!
ralfw
11/26/2006 11:47:29 PM · #3
You didn't add that part about lighting up the grass with a cig. ;)

I enjoyed it, especially the exposure calcuations from ISO 1600 down to 100. I'd never thought of it that way. Very simple and easy to understand. Good job.
11/27/2006 12:16:54 AM · #4

Great job! Short, simple and sweet yet I learned some great tricks of the trade.

Thanks for your effort.
11/27/2006 12:35:10 AM · #5
Like it.Well done.Need to try some of your idea.
11/27/2006 01:28:08 AM · #6
Very nice tutorial!
11/27/2006 01:30:34 AM · #7
Thanks for posting! :)
11/27/2006 03:30:18 AM · #8
Great tutorial - thanks for sharing!
11/27/2006 04:17:25 AM · #9
I learnt some new tricks here, very handy, thank you.
11/27/2006 04:31:19 AM · #10
Thanks, 21.gif Philos, I really learned something, have to try it soon!
11/27/2006 05:09:14 AM · #11
Excellent tutorial, concise and well written. I love night photography myself and I found this tutorial useful as well.

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11/27/2006 06:04:48 AM · #12
Very good. Just a typo I noticed.... "Off course".

Regards
11/27/2006 06:18:31 AM · #13
Originally posted by hsolakidis:

Very good. Just a typo I noticed.... "Off course".

Regards


Haha, I noticed another one, somewhere near the end, Doe iso Do..
But then again, I am Dutch, and I think for most people it will be readable even if there are these (stupid) mistakes....
I also had problems with the word Color or Colour...

Thanks for all the nice comments.
Would love to see some nigh shots from people that tried.

And if there are questions, just PM me or ask it here, if I can answer, I will...
11/27/2006 06:51:28 AM · #14
Great tutorial, Peter. Thanks a lot.

Álex.
11/27/2006 11:20:51 AM · #15
Originally posted by Philos:

I am Dutch, and I think for most people it will be readable even if there are these (stupid) mistakes....


I liked your tutorial Philos. I liked the flavor of your misteaks.
heheeh It's like I can hear your cool accent!
11/27/2006 11:24:14 AM · #16
it was very helpful. interesting way of doing things.
11/27/2006 01:02:34 PM · #17
i so wish you had posted this tutorial earlier. I had recently gone Amritsar in Punjab, India. It has Most important Sikh Gurudwara( Temple) called Golden Temple, where i shot images at 4 in the morning. I certainly could have used your tutorial
11/27/2006 01:07:28 PM · #18
Excellent. Thanks!
11/27/2006 01:17:16 PM · #19
Great tutorial. Thanks! Can't wait to try it out.
11/27/2006 01:46:06 PM · #20
Great tutorial! Now I wonder where in KY I could find a windmill ;-)
11/27/2006 01:55:20 PM · #21
Awesome, thanks!!

I loved doing night time photo's 20+ years ago with 35mm.

Now that I got my first DSLR night time photo's are something I am really looking forward to doing again.

Only trouble now is I have to go out in freezing temps to do it. :)

Great tutorials and even better photo!

Thanks again..
11/27/2006 03:26:34 PM · #22
I love it! Great that you wrote a tutorial abooooooooooooot night shots! :-)
11/28/2006 02:34:32 PM · #23
Thank you all for your kind words, I realy hope to see some of your results.
11/28/2006 02:39:15 PM · #24
One thing that you might want to mention (and I see in all the example photos) is that the best time to shoot night photography is often really in twilight. When the sky is a deep, dark blue and not totally dark.

Also, there's a full moon coming in about a week - a great time for night photography!
11/28/2006 04:11:04 PM · #25
superb !
and thanks.
:)
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