Take Your Camera Out at Night

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Sometimes Lomographers are afraid to take their camera out at night especially when they suppose that their Lomographs would just turn out dark -- or even worst, black!

But there’s nothing to worry about when you’ve got your aperture and exposure intact! And that calls on for some night photography! We at the Community appreciate lovely Lomographs taken at the time of day where spirits roam and eyes are closed. Because of that, here are 50 lovely analogue photos taken at my favorite time of day — night! Enjoy you owls!

Credits: lawypop, moodification, vicuna, 134340, zoezo, graefin, hodachrome, sugiyamasatomi, novakmisi, ryszardl70, paramir, adi_totp, why-yu, ccwu, cyanwater, mont0417, undiscovered, devilfirzen, kikifrenger, jolielaide84, berndtotto, saaaliii, olegvd3, trincheiras, deje, colortheworld, bbijlhout, pete, lomomowlem, jameshannaford, mingkie, abcdefuck, adamo-75 & dreadlockboy

Got more stunning photos? Then come on and submit them! We’d love to see more!

written by mayeemayee on 2012-07-29 in #lifestyle #long-exposures #community #selection #gallery-post #analogue-photography #night

15 Comments

  1. pomps
    pomps ·

    amazing!

  2. mayeemayee
  3. saaaliii
    saaaliii ·

    wow thank you for posting up my photo on your article! so honoured :)

  4. awesomesther
    awesomesther ·

    WOW WOW WOW! :O

  5. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Some really fantastic shots here - well done to everyone who contributed!

  6. thebokeheffect
    thebokeheffect ·

    this is fantastic!

  7. twinklecat
    twinklecat ·

    ooh la la! such great colors!

  8. abbsterocity
    abbsterocity ·

    I'm always afraid of getting underexposed photos, but this just motivated me to try it!

  9. mayeemayee
    mayeemayee ·

    Yay glad you liked them guys! Thaaanks :D

  10. dreadlockboy
  11. zoezo
    zoezo ·

    :-)

  12. deje
    deje ·

    Thanks (:

  13. 134340
    134340 ·

    thanks @mayeemayee i like the night shots!!!!

  14. renatalrt
    renatalrt ·

    But I am always afraid of loosing it! When will we have a bag for La Sardina? =[

  15. olegvd3
    olegvd3 ·

    Wow)) How nice and unexpected. Thank you!)
    Very nice! =)

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