Examples of Stunning and Beautiful Night Photography

Night lapse of the 401. Even at 9:30pm, the ro...

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Night photography refers to photographs taken outdoors between dusk and dawn. Night photographers generally have a choice between using artificial light and using a long exposure, exposing the scene for seconds or even minutes, in order to give the film enough time to capture a usable image, and to compensate for reciprocity failure. With the progress of high-speed films, higher-sensitivity digital image sensors, wide-aperture lenses, and the ever-greater power of urban lights, night photography is increasingly possible using available light.
Night Photography often got its own attraction and capturing a good night photography requires your skills and a camera that is capable of doing good night photography. You may need a camera which able to keep its shuttle open for a longer time. In this article I am going to present to you 50 awesome and stunning examples of night photography that will truly inspire you. (via tripwiremagazine)


Victor Shilo


Eiffel Tower at night


Oliver Wu

Kevin McNeal

Boracay Fire Dance, Philippines

Toby Keller

For many more examples head over here: http://www.tripwiremagazine.com/2011/01/50-examples-of-stunning-and-beautiful-night-photography.html

Mozart Of Lights

Sometimes we come across some nice ideas and designs. Today we want to feature a hugely fascinating light-concept-design by Seo Dong-Hun. It’s a marvelous Futuristic work of Art.

”So you can’t be a conductor of any musical symphony nor do you have any creativity in painting and art. Tough luck, but what if I gave you this magical wand, that allowed you to transform your ceiling into a magical landscape of color LEDs, that brighten up and dim at the flick of your wrist, wouldn’t you be the Mozart of lights? Draw The Lights makes you a capable light conductor! What I mean is that clusters of LEDs take command from this “light brush” in your hand, and sparkle to create mesmerizing ambient settings. If creativity gets the better of you, how about creating artwork with the lights?”


Designer: Seo Dong-Hun

See more >over here< at yankodesign.