Monday, November 11, 2013

photo share: Milwaukee at night

Night photography is still largely unexplored territory for me, but I enjoy venturing into it when I have the chance. Of course I love Milwaukee at night and photograph it as often as possible.













Share your tips and tricks for night photography!

9 comments:

  1. My tip for night time photography: don't do it if you name is Paige. :-) Literally none of my dark photos have ever turned out correctly, haha.

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  2. Dear Rose, I don't know very much about photography. I miss the old camera's. The new camera's do so much, just too much for me.
    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  3. Very fun! No tips here, for you - lol - I haven't mastered nighttime photography at all!

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  4. These look great.I love the handmade dresses :)
    Sunset photos are my favorite "night time" photos.

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  6. Love those dresses -- especially the plate dress! How unique! And, of course, John Lennon.
    Great shots!

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  7. I agree with Sarah - that plate dress is amazing! What a creative idea :)
    Love your night shots, especially the church? with the soft bokeh. No point to take night shots out here in the country, as there are no lights. haha.

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  8. These turned out spectacularly! I like the first photo and the "plate dress" photo best. And that "dress" is amazing.

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  9. Liking the Harley dress...LOL ...Thanks for sharing at Throwback Thursday.

    xoxo
    Denyse

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