Photography through the Night – Part 5/5


Compiled by Art-profiles.com

This is the final part 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..

Liftoff by VJ Spectra

#49 – Liftoff
by VJ Spectra

Engage by VJ Spectra

#50 - Engage
by VJ Spectra

Australia Day by VJ Spectra

#51 – Australia Day
by VJ Spectra

Berlin at Night by d5e

#52 – Berlin at Night
by d5e

Quantum Photonic by VJ Spectra

#53 – Quantum Photonic
by VJ Spectra

Poteet Strawberry Festival 2007 by bceichman02

#54 – Poteet Strawberry Festival 2007
by bceichman02

Interstellar Overdrive by VJ Spectra

#55 – Interstellar Overdrive
by VJ Spectra

Intersection by VJ Spectra

#56 – Intersection
by VJ Spectra

Curves by VJ Spectra

#57 – Curves
by VJ Spectra

Human Pendulum by Kirpernicus

#58 – Human Pendulum
by Kirpernicus

Star Trails by bob west

#59 – Star Trails
by bob west

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