Posted on March 6, 2015
Night photography comes with a myriad of extra issues to add to the 101 things to remember at shutter release. Much higher ISO, narrow field of focus, and slow shutter speed are just a few of the issues that night photography brings to the night walker. We have had some rain/ice on top of our snow recently, so when I got up for some pain meds I saw this view outside. I took a few handheld shots (a tripod is better for night photography, but I didn’t want to make that much noise). Here’s one I like enough to share. Moral of the story? Keep your camera handy, even at night.
Posted on January 17, 2014
Night pictures are often very difficult. Getting enough light and a fast enough shutter speed can be tough without a tripod. Last Saturday night we were in Saugatuck, Michigan. It is a beach-side community with grand old homes, great shops, and a beautiful downtown area. We were there for dinner, but I did have time to take a few pictures. Hope you can see the beauty I saw in these images.