Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Preflight check: A review of equipment, part of Landscape Photography: Night Landscape.
- Whenever I'm going out on a photographic excursion…I always like to do a check of all my gear…just to make sure everything's in order…and I have everything that I need.…Of course, since I've traveled to this location,…a lot of this would have been done ahead of time,…making sure I'm bringing all the stuff with me.…But I just wanna go over some of the gear…I'm gonna be using and explain the reason…I'm taking particular gear with me.…Of course, we'll start with a laptop…so I can download my photos.…I've got my main image drive and a backup drive.…Whenever the images are downloaded here…they're immediately backed up to there.…
I also travel with these in two separate bags…so that they're kind of safe.…They're not in the same spot.…Got a card reader here.…Obviously we need that.…Since this is a night photography project…I've got my flashlights here.…You can never have too many flashlights.…This is a 212 lumen light, so it's pretty bright.…It has a focusing beam.…It's good for seeing where you're going out in the dark.…
- Finding compositions
- Exposing and focusing at night
- Creating an image with reflections
- Using long exposures to blur motion
- Painting with light
- Shooting with a full moon
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Preparing for a Night Shoot
2. Photographing at Night
3. Painting with Light
Light painting with a flash6m 37s
4. Shooting with a Full Moon at Night
5. Photo Review
A review of key images8m 45s
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