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Get You Started with Cityscape Photography at Blue Hour
Heya all, it’s Joey here, a Singapore based enthusiast photographer primarily shooting cityscapes at twilight and dusk (a.k.a. blue hour).
What LASTLIGHTS.NET Is about
While this tiny space online was initially created to showcase my best photos on Top 50 Photo Gallery, it has also become a place to share my experience photographing long exposure photos at blue hour. My goal here is simple – Help You Get Started with Cityscape Photography at Blue Hour. A number of free contents are all here to serve this purpose.
This FREE 10 page eBook (PDF), Taking Your First Long Exposure Photos at Blue Hour, has all the info you need to shoot beautiful cityscape photos at blue hour, explaining exact steps, camera settings and gear required for you.
10-chapter-long Blue Hour Photography Short Tutorials cover various topics such as what to look for when choosing a tripod, how to create silky smooth water effect with neutral density (ND) filters, tips to take “reflection-free” cityscape photos through glass window of observation deck, etc. Check TABLE OF CONTENTS for details.
Chapter 1: What Is Blue Hour Photography
Chapter 4: Camera Setting for Long Exposure Photography
Chapter 5: Choosing a Tripod for Blue Hour Photography
Chapter 8: 3 Ideas for Shooting Cityscapes at Blue Hour
Chapter 10: 3 Challenges of Blue Hour Photography
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Feel free to Contact Me if you have any questions. I’m always here to help you out!