Walls are your friend when it comes to night photography. I’ve learned that from tons of experience. What I did in this case was use them to bounce light from my strobes I had set up on the floor. I set two of my Nikon compatible flashes up on the ground at full power and simply pointed them at the wall to the left. And this picture is the result.
Quick Photography Tip:
Wear gloves if you plan to take pictures out in the cold.
Okay, that might not be directly related to photography, but I felt the need to say it. Actually, speaking of gloves, I want to get a pair of those “mitten” gloves, the kind that are mittens, but turn into those fingertip or cut off style gloves like these. I get annoyed when trying to operate a camera with bulky gloves!
Here’s the info on the shutter speed and aperture for the techies!
Camera Model: Nikon D300s
Exposure Time: 1/200 second
Lens F-Number / F-Stop: F/2.8
Exposure Program: manual control (1)
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Original Date/Time 2009:11:29 13:54:18
Metering Mode: pattern / multi-segment (5)
Light Source / White Balance: flash (4)
Colour Space: sRGB
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