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Architectural Photography - At Night - by Mike Busby Photography

Architectural Photography – at Night
Learning Architectural Photography at night is like anything else, it takes time and practice, but it helps when someone shows you the way. Night photography is advanced photography, and it’s somewhat unique because the regular rules of the road become “kind of sort of” guidelines. Photographers have to deal with expanded dynamic ranges, they operate under the persistent myth of shooting for the highlights, and they have to shoot for post – the images on our camera screens will not tell us if we have a good shot or not. In other words, we have to plan for conditions favorable to the shoot, we have to determine our own set of exposure rules, and we have to use a little faith in something other than our eyes when evaluating shots in the field.

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