Night Shooting

There are many ways to shoot at night - long exposure, light painting, multiple exposure, and composite stacking to name several that come to mind. Here is a barn taken around sunset, still plenty of light out. With this much light, I needed to shut a lot of it out; went with the settings f4.5, 1/80th of a second, and ISO 100. Here is an example of light painting when it went to pitch black outside about 10pm. Light painting is a long exposure with the introduction of a separate light source. Settings were f5.6, 30 seconds, ISO 800. The following photo has the same settings just without the light exposing the barn. This one is about a 4 minute exposure at f5.6 with ISO 100. With the longer s

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