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Lightscapes by Jerry on Flipboard

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Nightscapes – showcase your photos in a movie

Now that you have created your nightscapes you might like to share them with friends. One way that you can do this is to package them up into a short movie. With a movie you can enhance the viewing of … Continue reading

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Nightscapes – black and white at night

This series about ‘nightscapes’ has been all about light – from getting away from it (light pollution) to observing and understanding it, to manipulating and being creative with it. There has been a focus on the use of colour to … Continue reading

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Nightscapes – light painting

The images in the gallery above were created using a technique known as ‘light painting’. In light painting we use a light source such as a torch to produce very creative images. Other light sources such as sparklers, candles, flares … Continue reading

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Nightscapes – the processed images

The images in this post are a gallery of the processed versions of images posted in the capturing light post that were processed using the technique described in the processing light post. You can see the vivid difference that processing … Continue reading

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Nightscapes – processing light

In the previous post we looked at a number of images taken straight from the camera. With exposures of 20-30 seconds and high ISO settings these photos are very ‘noisy’ and have green-brown colour casts that are not that attractive. … Continue reading

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Nightscapes – capturing light

Now that we are all set up it is time to start taking photos. You are going to have to experiment with a number of different settings. Different cameras have different size sensors and are also differently sensitive to light … Continue reading

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