How to Do Nighttime Photography on Analogue

2017-04-19

Shooting on film without the sun poses a challenging risk for film photography newbies and starters. It's very easy to fail, considering that most film stocks nowadays only stop at 400 sensitivity, unlike the limitless digital counterpart.

However, it is possible to take crisp photographs with very minimal light source -- it just requires patience and discipline (yeah, it's not that easy, but why not try?) Through long exposure, one can achieve the seamless image of a night photograph with film. Watch this tutorial which involves the "Schwarzchild effect" into consideration to make the right exposure.


Preview image was taken from the video.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-04-19 #videos #night-photography #art-photography #creative-photography #david-allee

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