Shooting at night has obvious disadvantages and is arguably more difficult. But as with all things difficult, there are always positives. One of those is that controlling errant daylight is not an issue—it’s dark. Another is that there are fewer images around, so that your pictures have a chance of standing out from the crowd.
In this approximately ninety-minute presentation, Jeff Cables, who also photographed three separate Olympics, shares his many secrets and images. You will get tips and techniques on how to take the best night photos, giving guidance on camera settings, composite suggestions, editing techniques, best shooting times and more.