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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Capturing stunning images in the pitch black isn’t as easy as one might think. Even if you’ve learned to master the basics of night photography, there are several factors involved that we aren’t exposed to in standard daytime photography.
However, you don’t need to make big adjustments in your workflow to start capturing beautiful images during the night as well. The process of photography is still the same.

As a landscape photographer who’s used to using the lowest ISO possible, it’s quite challenging and almost painful to increase the ISO to 3200, 6400 or more. However, that’s something you’ll need to get used to when photographing at night. A higher ISO brings out more details and allows a shorter shutter speed but it also has a massive effect on the image quality.