I find night photography this close to a major city is quite different compared to doing it in the rural areas where I grew up. There’s a lot more light pollution in the background so it’s harder to maintain an even exposure. Also city light temperature is around 2300K where my lights and gels are based around 5600K so it’s tougher making the colours look night too.
What I’ve learned is when doing night photography close to a city, the best results come from a quicker shutter and using more flashlights, otherwise the sky gets blown out.
This is the Hermitage again in Dundas Valley near Hamilton, Ontario.
Talented boyfriend is talented!
I love the colors in this Brad! The sky is beautiful!
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