Photography through the Night – Part 4/5


Compiled by Art-profiles.com

This is part 4 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..

Another late night Drive by John A Ryan

#37 – Another late night Drive
by John A Ryan


The Glass House by darklogan1

#38 – The Glass House
by darklogan1


Candelária Nights by Leonardo Paris

#39 – Candelária Nights
by Leonardo Paris


Pigeon Point Lighthouse by Susanne Friedrich

#40 – Pigeon Point Lighthouse
by Susanne Friedrich


Aurorus Reflectus Colosseo by Stuck in Customs

#41 – Aurorus Reflectus Colosseo
by Stuck in Customs


Railway by mara-mara

#42 – Railway
by mara-mara


Night Walk by Gerrit Wenz

#43 – Night Walk
by Gerrit Wenz


Milan Train Station at Midnight by Stuck in Customs

#44 – Milan Train Station at Midnight
by Stuck in Customs


Capitol View by Todd Klassy

#45 - Capitol View
by Todd Klassy


Invisible Sun by jrtce1

#46 – Invisible Sun
by jrtce1


ExPort by VJ Spectra

#47 – ExPort
by VJ Spectra


Night at Loch Lomond by guillaume-dauphin

#48 – Night at Loch Lomond
by guillaume-dauphin

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