A trip to Hong Kong isn’t complete without spending at least one night out in the streets to photograph its iconic, vibrant neon lights. Though the number of actual neon signboards steadily decreases as days go by, the city doesn’t get any dimmer at all.
It's common knowledge that at night you should have a tripod and cable release at a minimum, but there's one tool that's considered a secret weapon among successful night photographers and that's an intensifier filter.
What’s up you cool babies? This week we looked at your night and astro photography and you killed it. Next week’s topic is abstract & geometry, which is Tony’s new favorite thing.
The 4th of July is upon us and that means many of you will be making your way to public gatherings to view and capture some stunning imagery of the show. As we have pointed out in a previous post, the actual act of shooting fireworks is quite simple, both from a settings and gear perspective.
Hey y’all! We reviewed your night photos this week, and they were delightful as always. Tony and Chelsea will be away next week, so we’ll see you in two weeks with the topic “abandoned.
Happy Spring for those of you in this part of the world! It doesn’t feel like it yet, but I can’t wait for it to get warmer and drier so I am motivated to get out and shoot more. This week’s live show topic is long exposures, which I really hadn’t attempted before. But a month […]
While many photographers choose to shoot beautiful images bathed in abundance of light in the day or chasing the golden hour, Franck Bohbot chooses to be different in his latest photography project titled "Inside the Night" as he explores and shoots the night life of New Orleans.
This show was a blast! Even though I’m quickly being replaced by Kyle Wolfe, I understand why. What a talented and well-spoken guy. If you somehow don’t know, Kyle is a 17 year old photographer from California.
Wow, you guys. Night photography is incredibly difficult and I love it. Between keeping your camera steady for long exposures, balancing mixed lighting, and simply finding a focal point, I really had my work cut out for me.