Created by: Fraser McNair
Project

Night photography

What was your source for this photo? Other Tell us more about what inspired you. Light painting with reflections What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? I use my photography to capture the beauty of the landscape and show it in a way that I want the viewer to see it, I enjoy creating stunning vistas in long exposures with low light or vibrant colours which enhance the mood of the photographs I create. What are you most proud of? creating a shot, adding elements to make a shot like the location and the use of the full moon for the ambient light and adding the wire wool to the shot which are enhanced with arches and the reflections in the river What advice would you give someone starting this project? I would recommend learning how to get wire wool shots at night, using moon light to light a shot without making it look like daylight and then find a location that will add to the shot

You Can Make This

Fraser McNair made Night photography with:

  • I use a Canon 5d mark ii with L series lenses
  • I mainly use wide angle lenses like the Canon 17-40mm f4L
  • I used the Canon 24-105mm f4L at 24mm f8 ISO 400 with two shots at 20 seconds

Project Description

What was your source for this photo? Other Tell us more about what inspired you. Light painting with reflections What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? I use my photography to capture the beauty of the landscape and show it in a way that I want the viewer to see it, I enjoy creating stunning vistas in long exposures with low light or vibrant colours which enhance the mood of the photographs I create. What are you most proud of? creating a shot, adding elements to make a shot like the location and the use of the full moon for the ambient light and adding the wire wool to the shot which are enhanced with arches and the reflections in the river What advice would you give someone starting this project? I would recommend learning how to get wire wool shots at night, using moon light to light a shot without making it look like daylight and then find a location that will add to the shot

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