This 3-hour photography walk is completely dedicated to low light. We meet somewhere in town at a location to be confirmed when you book. First, while enjoying a drink, there will be a briefing on camera settings. Especially at night you need to tell the camera what to do, so it is also a great opportunity to really learn how to control your camera.
Along the way you will learn how to choose what to put into your photo and how to deal with various levels of light (and darkness). At night you can’t have it all, so you have to make choices. Make the right ones and your photos will suddenly look a lot better. First we shoot while hand holding the camera and then we switch to the tripod. If you did not bring a tripod I can provide one.
Tripod photography requires a different setup of the camera. That’s why it is important to bring a camera that has manual controls, in particular the M setting.
In darkness cameras have problems recording the image you want. One single photo is not enough to capture the huge contrasts of light. The key here is to conquer these problems by using HDR (High Dynamic Range) techniques. Then you can finally go for the images you were hoping for. You will be amazed when you discover the possibilities.