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Night Shots and Long Exposures. -Your shutter will be the key to a successful night shot. -You may want to invest in a roll of 3200 speed film to experiment with ISO…think about it. . “B” or “bulb” setting.

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night shots and long exposures

Night Shots and Long Exposures

-Your shutter will be the key to a successful night shot.

-You may want to invest in a roll of 3200 speed film to experiment with ISO…think about it.

b or bulb setting
“B” or “bulb” setting
  • The bulb setting on your shutter dial lets you keep the shutter open for as long as you choose.
  • Use the “B” setting when you want to capture light at night with long exposures, do “light writing,” or capture motion at night.
  • You may need to have a partner with you to help you hold the shutter open if you are planning on doing any light writing.
tripods
Tripods
  • The tripod is your best friend when doing a night shoot. Open shutters can translate to blurry pictures if you’re not careful.
  • If you don’t have a tripod, you can prop your camera on an inanimate object or up against a wall etc.
  • If all else fails, use the “tripod stance” to get the most stable shot that you can.
examples
Examples:

Still photo, tripod, added light?

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Motion photo,

open shutter,

ambient light

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Motion photo,

open shutter,

additional light (flashlights)

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