The Benefits of Shooting at Night
Many photographers avoid the night shoots for seemingly obvious reasons, it is difficult to see what you do in the dark, low light performance is not the best, etc.
However, these problems are probably those of the past. With the new camera design and easy-to-use LCD presence, you can see what is done regardless of the time. Designers and camera manufacturers have made considerable progress in improving poor light output, allowing them to take photographs after sunset.
There are three main advantages to getting through your daily routine for some night shots.
Effects – There are several amazing effects that can be experienced during the night that do not work well (or at all) when the sun rises. Bright motion blur passages, all these techniques to accelerate the long focus offer some of the best results when running in the dark.
Consistency – During the day, one of the most frustrating problems faced by photographers is the weather. Do you think you are about to take the perfect photo and then some clouds filter unexpectedly and lighting to accommodate that ends up completely different. Night photography offers a natural canvas, much more consistent illuminated by light.
Jurisdiction – All too often, swear enthusiasts go sometime in the afternoon to go live, but life is interrupted. Tons of our students have jobs during the week and are busy with family and friends on weekends. By using the night as a new calendar in which you squeeze in a little practice, you are likely to avoid other conflicts that often delay the afternoon shoots you want to introduce.