7 tips for getting started shooting night


I believe that many novice photographers are like shooting night. But the beginning, often find the effect is not ideal. In fact, once you have tips to them, you can easily shoot a high level of night shot!
Skills I: self Tripod
When shooting night scenes usually takes a long time exposure, so the camera can only be set to keep hidden shoot clear photos. To avoid damage due to vibration photo effects, it is best to use a tripod to reduce shaking.
Skills II: lower sensitivity (ISO)
I believe we all know that high sensitivity can be obtained faster shutter speeds at the same aperture value to minimize shake when shooting shock problem, but it will make the photo along with produce noise. Especially when shooting night, long exposure will make noise in the dark is particularly obvious, so if circumstances permit, you should use a tripod and a lower ISO value to get the best shot.
Skills III: Use large aperture lens to the viewfinder
When the lens is mounted on the body of our time, lens aperture automatically open to the maximum. In dark environments, larger aperture can make more light into the lens, so that the screen on the viewfinder more clearly. For example, two photographers at the same time and the same location shooting night. A maximum aperture of f / 2.8 lens and another using a maximum aperture of f / 5.6 lens, use f / picture on who the photographer's viewfinder will be significantly brighter 2.8 aperture, photographers can easier to see clear details.
Tips 4: Use a small aperture shooting
Look or be a little contradictory, I was just told to use a large aperture lens, why now that it has to use a small aperture to shoot? The reason is very simple, using a large aperture lens effect is seen for the convenience of the photographer at the time of shooting more clearly, but when shooting to turn a small aperture is because of the following two reasons:
Make small aperture greater depth of field, so the scenery is not affected by the shallow depth of field and blurred;
If there is lighting at night, use a small aperture shooting star can make the lights to turn, the effect is more prominent.
Five Tips: long exposure
Shooting night of one common technique is the long-time exposure (slow shutter value to 10 seconds, 30 seconds or a few hours), it can be used to shoot car track, Xinggui, waves and the like. Long exposure can not only make waves become smooth or recording tracks for automobile stoplight, you can also make some of the usually invisible light show, the effect is absolutely fascinating, you sure you want to try!
Tip 6: Set the white balance
When shooting at night is not recommended to use the automatic white balance, because in the dark, the automatic white balance is very easy to become inconsistent, leading to photo chromatic aberration. When shooting night scenes you can use the White Balance "tungsten" model, but of course, according to the prevailing environment to select the most suitable model. In addition to a photo store for the RAW format allows photographers to adjust the white balance as needed afterwards, more convenient.
Seven skills: beware of overexposure
If in the evening using the automatic exposure (ie Auto / P / Av / Tv / S / A) mode, it is prone to over-exposure of the case. This occurs because the camera will be a wide range of misleading the dark, and so overexposed photograph. So, when shooting night scenes, we can use full manual mode or using B shutter (shutter open until the photographer has to make it off), so that you can set their own appropriate shutter and aperture, of course, to find the appropriate shutter aperture combination requires experience, beginners can take some pictures of each to see the effect. . If you wish to know whether overexposed picture can be observed in the photo the spot is clear. In other words, under normal exposure to shoot the spot, as the most common light, it seems very clear distinct. Conversely, if the photograph excessive exposure, the spot will be "based on" the feeling, the line will not clear.

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