With the coming forth of the newer cameras able to take photos in extreme darkness, I wanted you to go with me through this video and show you what to watch out for in taking photos at night. So, watch out for the lighting, and still look for good photos to take pictures of.
Please watch the video below:
Here are the actual results from tonight’s low light shooting:
With what you see in the results of our night time shooting, what do you think? Your comments are welcome and hope you enjoyed this video presentation.
When you get to that point that you are comfortable as an “advanced photographer” or even a professional, it is interesting to see what kind of equipment a photographer would have. Would you like to have their equipment? Why do they have that equipment? What can I learn from seeing the equipment a photographer might have or want to have in their bag?
Well, on today’s video, we are going to walk through the different things I have in my bag right now. Is it everything I want? Oh no! A photographer would always like to have more.
Please check this video out, and see what I have in my photographer’s bag:
I mentioned in the video of how much I like to shoot natural light. Here is a photo I have taken that was taken at about 10pm at night, no flash, just using the natural lights from the road:
The things that most photographers would want to add to their bag: lenses, lenses, and more lenses.
For more information about what kind of lenses there are available for your camera, let’s just look at the website for Sigma lenses: