Uploaded by Mary Scott on April 9, 2013 at 10:45 am
Ever seen night photos with those streaks of lights and wondered how to do it? We’ll show you! http://www.blacks.ca/
I cant shoot these kind of pictures. Where I live ill most likely get robbed if im on the street with my dslr. :/
Hi there, are you familiar with “photo SFX art” (just google it)? On their website you can watch a good free video explaining the best way to create better photographs. This made it possible for Matt to make photographs which have a jaw-dropping-effect after you look at them. It might help you also…
its abit of a late reply as ive not been in the country…nevertheless thank for your reply. i’ll give your advice a go when next doing long exposures. thanks
effects looks like tron
Many thanks from North Yorkshire (UK) good instructional vid.
Hi, do you know “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just search on Google for it …)? On their website you can watch a smart free video featuring the way to make awesome pictures. It made it easier for Daniel to take photographs that have a jaw-dropping-effect any time you take a look at them. It might work for you as well…
Great video, thanks
Enough of “PhotoGraphy tips”watching for today, i got other things to do for the moment, so i just want to take a moment to thank you for this, any chance to post a video for “Low-Light photography for mobiles? thx in advance.
Depends what effect you want. Outdoor light sources vary widely, and you’ll likely end up with many different types in your photo. Best bet is to shoot in raw if your camera is capable of such, and then choose the best setting later. Or experiment on site with test shots at different white balances to see what you like.
hi, what white balance setting do you use? or is it auto?
oh lol 😛
Hehe no mate, I was talking about the aperture 🙂 how much does that cost 🙂
Free. They are all settings that you can change on the camera.
The ND filter would help, or you could use a shorter exposure but this means the entire picture wont be as bright. There are no other options i know of. Sorry.
How much does that cost ?
Very nice video. Thank you for the information.
is there a way that i can cut some of the glare out from street lights ? they are too bright for my taste.
would using a CPL or ND filter help ?
Don Valley Parkway……
@jewlouds f/14, 15 sec @ ISO 400
what aperture did you have the picture at 1:28?
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