Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Share Your View: Night Photography

Aaaaah, night in Venice. Magical. This was the lone gondolier at midnight, available for a night time gondola ride through the city. I love the quietness this image conveys. No ripples in the water. The line of gondolas parked for the night. The waiting gondolier. So fun to share these little slices of night with you.

And, as promised, it's time to share your view of night! You've had a week since the Exploring with a Camera: Night Photography post to look back at your past night shots and or maybe try a few for the first time. All you need to do is fill out the widget below (you may have to click over to the actual blog, if it's not visible in your reader) with your name and a link to your photos. Please link directly to the blog post or Flickr photo intended, because a general link to a blog or photostream will have content changing all of the time and we might not be able to find the image we were meant to see if we come by later. (Because for some of us, I won't name any specific names, we're always behind on our blog reading and we don't want to miss these.)

I look forward to seeing your little slices of night! Please visit around and share some comments with your fellow photogs as well. A fun way to find new friends.


  1. The picture is at the end of the linked post. One of my first tries after reading your instructions. Shooted from hand. Not the best composition, but it a start (thanks to you!). Comments and critics are welcome - would like to learn as much as I can!

  2. LOVE night shots, and am still fine-tuning my tripod-free technique!

  3. These are some older night shots - all shot hand-held, so they're not as sharp as they should be. I'll be trying out your tips, soon! :)

  4. This is one of my older shots, taken last winter. I really like this night-photo series!


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