Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 186: Low-Light

This week, Sofia leads our LAPC Low-light challenge theme. She explains, “… any circumstance where there is less light than the normal daytime is low-light as it requires different settings to take a good photo.”

For me, low light photography has much to do with the shutter speed and ISO. So when I photograph in low light, I pretty much depend on my luck.

The image below was captured at the Fairmont Banff Springs.

Beautiful St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City:

Walking through a low light tunnel to the Miho Museum (Shigaraki, Japan), designed by IM Pei. iPhone did it:

We drove up to the Rocky mountains before dawn to watch sunrise and take photos. But, it turned out to be a foggy morning:

With a long shutter speed and a tripod, light paintig can be a fun experience. 🙂

Thanks to everyone who participated in John’s “Change” theme. We had a chance to share images of changes around us through our lens. This week, Sofia invites us to share photos and tricks of low-light photography. Please click here to see her fabulous and inspiring low-light photos and wonderful tricks. Please link your post to her post and use the Lens-Artists tag so we can find you.

Next week Anne will be our host, be sure to visit her site.

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