Photography through the Night – Part 1/5


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Myself By T.V. Antony Raj

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Low light levels make night photography a challenging yet rewarding subject. The best results require specialized equipment, like SLR cameras, tripods, cable releases and flashguns. After sunset, the everyday world is magically transformed, and city buildings, fireworks, thunderstorms and the northern lights all become popular subjects.

Let’s see some captures by great photographers…


#1 - Poisonous Darts by 13thWitness

#1 – Poisonous Darts
by 13thWitness

#2 - 94th Floor, Chicago, IL by shutterBRI

#2 – 94th Floor, Chicago, IL
by shutterBRI

#3 - Kuala Lumpur City Centre by Christopher Chan

#3 – Kuala Lumpur City Centre
by Christopher Chan

#4 - Hong Kong night citiscape lights from Victoria Peak by QT Luong

#4 – Hong Kong night citiscape lights from Victoria Peak
by QT Luong

#5 New York City, USA by QT Luong

#5 New York City, USA
by QT Luong

#6 - Toronto Skyline by CarbonSilver

#6 – Toronto Skyline
by CarbonSilver

#7 - Eiffel Tower by kayess2008

#7 – Eiffel Tower
by kayess2008

#8 - City of Lights by paul (dex)

#8 – City of Lights
by paul (dex)

#9 - City Night View by inoc

#9 – City Night View
by inoc

#10 - Metropolis by VJ Spectra

#10 – Metropolis
by VJ Spectra

#11 - Rush Hour by Stuck in Customs

#11 – Rush Hour
by Stuck in Customs

#12 - Escarpment by VJ Spectra

#12 – Escarpment
by VJ Spectra

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P.S.: The credits for compiling the above photographs ought to go to Art-profiles.com. Unfortunately this once excellent website is now defunct. 

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