Digital Photography 1 on 1: Episode 63: Night Shots: Adorama Photography TV

0 Digital Photography 1 on 1: Episode 63: Night Shots: Adorama Photography TVAdorama Photography TV presents shooting at night! In this episode Mark Wallace shows you how to shoot at night using only the moon and stars as your source of light. Outtakes at the end of the video – Coyotes!



Learn more about low-light and night photography: http://www.adorama.com/alc/article/Night-Shots-AdoramaTV

Products used in this episode:
SureFire HS1-A-BK Saint, Ultra High Output White Light LED Headlamp

http://www.adorama.com/SFHS1ABK.html

Nikon D3S Body Only

http://www.adorama.com/INKD3S.html

Nikon 14mm – 24mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S Wide-Angle Zoom-Nikkor Lens

http://www.adorama.com/NK1424AFSU.html

Benro A0690TBH00 Travel Angel Aluminum Tripod

http://www.adorama.com/BEA0690TBH00.html

Nikon MC-36 Multi-function Remote Cord

http://www.adorama.com/INKMC36.html

Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Kit with 18-105mm DX VR Lens

http://www.adorama.com/INKD7000K1.html

Canon EOS-5D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body

http://www.adorama.com/ICA5DM2.html

Canon EOS-7D Digital SLR Camera Body

http://www.adorama.com/ICA7D.html

Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II Digital SLR Camera Kit

http://www.adorama.com/ICA1DSM2.html

Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM AutoFocus Telephoto Zoom Lens

http://www.adorama.com/CA70200AFL.htm

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Send your questions to: AskMark@Adorama.com

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  1. psychobudz says:

    Mark I was …
    Mark I was wondering if you could do a video on clearing memory cards in the camera. I have a Nikon D5000 and I saw something you had done that stated clearing the card in the camera is better for the card than clearing it on a reader /clearing device. It said something about the formatting gets taken off the card when you do it other than in the camera. Thank you for all the tutorial videos you make and share with us all.

  2. estudio100rafa says:

    wow love the sound …
    wow love the sound of the coyotes! great info too :)

  3. warlock110 says:

    @ramdawgy i didn’t …
    @ramdawgy i didn’t ask how he triggered it, there’s multiple ways of triggering the shutter, i asked how he get everyone to hold still. the data on the group shot was a 3s shutter, and it looked pretty sharp, that means everyone has to hold still for a wooping 3 sec, that’s actually pretty hard for 1 person, let alone a whole group.

  4. dingo27mobile says:

    @bobbyntammy Yes, i …
    @bobbyntammy Yes, i tried it with panasonic dmc fz50, so any modern camera will do.

  5. ramdawgy says:

    @warlock110 10 …
    @warlock110 10 second timer :)

  6. d3vilm3cv says:

    i don’t have the …
    i don’t have the d3s :) ) iso 12.800 is a great tool:)

  7. warlock110 says:

    @bobbyntammy it’s …
    @bobbyntammy it’s just long exposure…. like he showed it seems like the camera max out at 30s shutter. so you have to be in bulb mode, and if you don’t have a nifty remote release like he does, you can hit the shutter and wait till however long you need, and stop the shutter all manually. result should be similar since you’re on a long exposure, you can get the same amount of light as he does…

  8. warlock110 says:

    lol, how did he get …
    lol, how did he get everyone to hold still for 3s for the groupshot… that’s pretty hard to do.

  9. pineze2 says:

    @mihucz But he …
    @mihucz But he showed the data of this group shot. See the photo again at 7:43 minuts on this video than you will see. ISO 12.800, 3s, f/2.8, Nikon D3s.

  10. mihucz says:

    After having …
    After having watched this video I still don’t understand how you made sure the people didn’t end up blurred in your group shot. I presume you used an exposure of a couple of minutes in that shot as well.

  11. MrEllis100 says:

    Another great …
    Another great episode! I like the end when the coyotes were howling.

  12. bobbyntammy says:

    I see you are using …
    I see you are using a $5000+ camera… can we get the same resuts with lower end DSLR’s? Also, what kind of lens are you using?

  13. vadyagis says:

    Mark can you …
    Mark can you explain shooting fast moving objects in sports or say drifting events, to freeze action completely

  14. thecozmiester says:

    thanks mark! this …
    thanks mark! this is really cool! im gonna give it a shoot!

  15. MazzucaArtz says:

    Thank you so much …
    Thank you so much Mark!
    I am going to try this. Looks like a lot of fun!

  16. jreitz1984 says:

    lol, you guys were …
    lol, you guys were like statues. I missed the shutterspeed on that one.

  17. aluxious says:

    Nice video.
    Nice video.

  18. pixcellz says:

    Thanks .. great …
    Thanks .. great tutorial.

  19. snapfactory says:

    @stevelemenop …
    @stevelemenop exposure time doesn’t affect focus, it affects blur. I manually focused and the shot was only 3 seconds. We held our breath.

  20. snapfactory says:

    @pixcellz Take a …
    @pixcellz Take a look at 7:43 for exif data. ISO: 12,800, 3 second exposure (we held our breath), f/2.8. Charles on the right (in the orange pants) was laughing, you can see he’s blurry.

  21. snapfactory says:

    @jreitz1984 No …
    @jreitz1984 No flash was used. Take a look at 7:43 for exif data. ISO: 12,800, 3 second exposure (we held our breath), f/2.8

  22. jreitz1984 says:

    I imagine there was …
    I imagine there was a preflash that burned the group into the photo, then they walked out of the frame.

  23. pixcellz says:

    So, Mark, those …
    So, Mark, those people including you didn’t move for 4 mins ? They are supposed to appear blurry in the picture.

  24. jameslcr says:

    @donttrustany1 a …
    @donttrustany1 a 1ds would blow a d3s out the water

  25. jameslcr says:

    @donttrustany1 a …
    @donttrustany1 a d3s cost £3500 a 5dmk2 cost £1600

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