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Jenny Dalton
 

night time street photgraphy


How do I take good night time street shots of a person with OM10? What film would you recommend?


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5/1/2007 1:47:13 AM

 
Ariel Lepor
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/8/2005
  A night time street shot of an unlit person would be difficult. Using a slow shutter speed, the person would be blurred, but maybe that is what you want. The aperture would have to be wide, and you would need a film with a high ISO.

Moving traffic at night would be better, because you could do a time-lapse and get the nice motion of the car lights.


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5/1/2007 11:40:26 AM

 
Bob Cammarata
BetterPhoto Member Since: 7/17/2003
  For typical night shooting, you would need a multi-second exposure for most films and a cooperative model who can stand still for long periods of time.

(Forget about candids unless you are using flash.)


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5/1/2007 5:41:25 PM

 
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