Nighttime Around Kelowna

The winter of 2014/2015 I have been determined not to be depressed by the lack of sunshine and short days so I made a decision back in the fall that I would use the time to learn more about nighttime photography.  Here are some of the shots that I took over the last couple of months.


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I find that with long exposures and a digital camera it is far easier to arrive at the proper exposure length than with film.  The digital sensor seems to be pretty linear so you can take a test shot at a wide aperture and then stop it down and increase the exposure length accordingly to get the longer exposure and the wider depth of field that you may want.