I think I’ve said in the past that I’m not the professional photographer on the team, I’m just the enthusiastic amateur and blogger. All of our photographers are out in exotic locations taking awesome shots of hotels. In the warm. While I’m in a cold office in damp England. At least I have chocolate.
So I was sat here thinking about the Christmas lights switch on which happens in our village tonight and I realised that I’d have to take some photos. But How? Well here are some cracking resources I’ve found after a quick search, I’ll be trying out some of these techniques myself.
This site has some tips that work particularly well for buildings that are lit-up.
This site has a handy print-out and keep cheat sheet, it’s really useful as it gives you pointers on every single setting you need. I find these sort of tips invaluable as they give you the answers but allow you to tweak to your own preference.
Dec. 13, 2013 by jmeyer via Digital Camera World
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Dec. 20, 2013 by https://www.facebook.com/digitalps via Digital Photography School
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Let us know your tips for taking photos of lights at night!