Photography through the Night – Part 3/5


Compiled by Art-profiles.com

This is part 3 of the 5 episodes of Photography through the Night.

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 more captures by great photographers…


#25 Positron - by Kamuro

#25 – Positron
by Kamuro


Night Life by marcelgermain

#26 – Night Life
by marcelgermain


Singapore by Christopher Chan

#27 – Singapore
by Christopher Chan


Sydney Opera House by shrillian

#28 – Sydney Opera House
by shrillian


The Louvre at Night by dealived

#29 – The Louvre at Night
by dealived


OAKA Main Entrance View  by NikGr

#30 – OAKA Main Entrance View
by NikGr


Ghent by night by nonkelduvel

#31 – Ghent by night
by nonkelduvel


Florence Night scene by choongcheehuei

#32 – Florence Night scene
by choongcheehuei


Manarola by VJ Spectra

#33 – Manarola
by VJ Spectra


Blue Hour by веканд

#34 – Blue Hour
by веканд

Symphony by VJ Spectra

#35 – Symphony
by VJ Spectra


Shoot that Bridge by tomalu

#36 – Shoot that Bridge
by tomalu

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