The nightlife is seductive with a beautiful sky full of stars, big white moon and dark surroundings. While everyone loves going out at night to spend some time alone, one of the best ways to take that experience to a new level is night photography. In all this, you can enjoy the luxury of photography when your camera is craving some impressive shots. To get exceptional results, here are some tips that you should definitely try.


Get a tripod

The tripod offers stable and constant photos. It is the fundamental trick that covers almost everything because no fuzzy shots are appreciated. High quality images are the need of the hour and for that, a tripod is a game changer. Exposure is essential in night photography due to the absence of light, so get up and use a tripod.


A decent and sturdy tripod is all you need to adjust the camera perfectly. Be sure to hold the camera firmly or you will get blurry images. PHEW, you have to do the configuration again if it is not attached correctly.


Extend the legs of the tripod correctly and set your camera to the correct height. Before clicking on any image, check if all the settings are up to the mark.


Search a shelter

The bonus point to the photograph of the night is to always be prepared for the worst. Take care of a shelter in advance, as it could get caught in heavy rain, strong winds or long lanes of traffic. Even if your shooting location is far from these problems, you should look for a protected area.


Set up the camera near a wall or a tree with the help of a tripod, as it will have a great impact on the quality of the image.


Find a Light

Shooting at night does not mean that light is not necessary. A photographer, before the photo session, needs to configure the camera, compose the image and focus the lens correctly. This should be done before the night approaches to save you the extra homework at night.


It does not matter if the cameras have the latest technologies and techniques, however, it is important to have some light to focus on the subject. You can take good shots only if the subject is sharp and at a correct distance. If at times, you feel that there is no light around, use a torch to shed light on the subject.


Manual focus

Autofocus is good, but manual focus is better. Camera manufacturers have added the auto-focus feature for the ease of users, but never rely exclusively on it. Shooting in a dark environment is only possible when you have an adequate understanding of manual focus. In the dark, even the eyes can not see the subject correctly, how can the camera?




That said, it does not hinder your performance and image quality if you keep these tips in mind a bit. Practice these tips and take your photography to a new level.