Snowy Night

Last week i was reading online about how to take better pictures at night. All the pictures i used to take were real grainy or blurry. So after the big snow storm i shoveled the driveway at 10pm then went in the back yard and started experimenting with my camera.

The first few pictures came out really poorly but slowly got better and better. These were taken with the lens being open for 4 to 8 seconds. The camera had to be set on a tripod to making sure it didn't move at all. I did leave the porch light on for a couple to create some cool shadows.

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With the lens open for the maximum that my camera would allow, 8 seconds, i tried writing my name with a flashlight and shining the light on me to make a ghosting effect.

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