Autumn is well & truly here & as nights draw in, I've made a little guide blog post to the settings you may need to use for evening/night photography. Please note that these settings are a GUIDE and you may need to adjust for your own set of circumstances.
- 20 secs @ f/11 ISO100
- 15 secs @ f/16 ISO100
- 30 secs @ f/22 ISO100
- bulb @ f/11 ISO100
- 1/125 sec @ f/4 ISO800
- 4 secs @ f/16 ISO100
- 1/250 sec @ f/8 ISO100
- 4 mins @ f/5.6 ISO100
Skyline at dusk
- 1/30 sec @ f/5.6 ISO100
Skyline at night
- 15 sec @ f/5.6 ISO100
Remember, for long exposures you require a tripod/remote/timer.
Let me know how you get on & whether there are any other night-time scenarios you'd like settings for.
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