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Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 05 Blurred night-time shots

9 essential night photography tips for beginners

A tripod can seem like an unnecessary burden when you’re packing your suitcase, but it’s just as important for shooting in lowlight abroad as it is at home.

If you want to take photographs inside buildings or shoot nighttime scenes and long exposures, you need to take tripod.

There are lots of travel tripods available which are designed to pack down smaller than standard tripods and weigh less, but take care that you don’t compromise too much on stability.

Don’t forget to take your remote release, or use the self timer, to avoid camera shake from spoiling your images.

PAGE 1 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 01 Kit damaged in transit
PAGE 2 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 02 Sand/water damaged kit
PAGE 3 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 03 Kit damaged by cleaning
PAGE 4 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 04 Underexposed beach shots
PAGE 5 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 05 Blurred night-time shots
PAGE 6 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 06 Images full of tourists
PAGE 7 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 07 Upsetting the locals
PAGE 8 – Classic Travel Photography Mistakes: 08 Gear overheating or freezing

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