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How To... Take Photos at Night

How To... Take Photos at Night

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How To... Take Photos at Night

80 pages
23 minutes
Dec 8, 2011


How To... Take Photos at Night is a practical guide to help you get started taking photos during 4 stages of the evening; golden hour; sunset; twilight and night.

You will be given simple settings for your camera for each technique that will help you get started immediately!

You will learn How To...
...take perfect sunsets
...photograph Light Trails
...take HDR pictures
...perfect the Zoom Burst technique
...use White Balance with your photos
...use the Rule of Thirds to dramatically improve your photos
...photograph silhouettes
...capture fireworks
...much much more!!

Also included are some computer tutorials for taking photos of panoramas, adding texture to your pictures and changing your image to black and white while leaving a splash of colour.

This guide should have you taking stunning photos within minutes of reading it!

Dec 8, 2011

Despre autor

Giovanna Tucker is originally from Christchurch, New Zealand. She has been living and working in London, England for the last five years. She first arrived in the UK in 2006, planning to use London as a base to travel around Europe. Photography and travelling have always been her two main passions and the stunning vistas from countries around the world have inspired much of Giovanna's body of work. Her photos have been used in magazine articles, websites, travel and tourism guides, books, blogs and even wine labels! You can find more of her pictures at: www.exploretravelphotography.com

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How To... Take Photos at Night Copyright Giovanna Tucker 2011

Published by Giovanna Tucker at Smashwords

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Table of Contents


Evening Photography – The 4 Stages

Main Tips/Camera Settings

Composition Rules

How To… Golden Hour

How To… Sunset

How To… Twilight

How To… Night Photography

How To… Cityscapes

How To… Landscapes

How To… Fireworks

How To… Silky Water

How To… Shoot the Moon

How To… Light Trails

How To… Zoom Burst

How To… Silhouettes

How To… Painting with Light

How To… Panning

Techniques that involve Adobe© Photoshop ©

How To… Panoramic Shots

How To… Black and White

How To… Black and White (with a Touch of Colour)

How To… HDR

How To… Textures




The period when the day draws to an end, the sun sets and night descends is my favourite time of day for photography because you can create stunning images using long shutter speeds. The only problem is that taking photos in the evening will (quite literally!) confuse your camera and, unless you use your camera’s manual settings, your photos will all turn out too dark and/or blurry. This eBook is designed to help you feel confident at using these manual settings as quickly as possible.

In this introduction I will be taking you through 4 basic times to take photographs in the evening and the manual settings of your camera.

There are different times of the evening to consider when you take photographs. To keep things simple, the main stages are; golden hour; sunset; twilight and night.

Evening Photography – The 4 Stages

Golden Hour

This is considered the best time to take photos, because the sun is low and not as harsh as it is in the middle of the day. This softer light places a warm glow over the scene you are capturing. There is less contrast, shadows are less pronounced and highlights are less likely to be over exposed. It is the perfect time to take portraits and land/cityscape shots.


As the sun sets the sky is filled with lovely colours; oranges;

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