Photography Tips and Tricks - 5 (Nigh Light Shots)
Photo tip # 4.
Woot Woot. Four weeks and counting and having fun. This week's tip is on Christmas lights and not so much on how, but when to get the photos. I may work on a longer post for Christmas lights on the how, but for now, the short tip is for the "when." The best time for Christmas lights is between the Golden and Blue hours. And even better if the subject faces the direction of the sunset. Now, get out there and take some Christmas photos.
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