Cities take on entirely new personalities at night—and capturing personality is what street photography is all about. In this installment of the Street Photography series, photographer, author, and educator Steve Simon takes to the streets, beaches, and outer boroughs of New York after dark. Steve explores not only the creative options behind nighttime street shooting, but also the technical considerations and camera settings that provide the most fluid, effortless shooting situations.
Taking shots of the skyline at night
Shooting with a long exposure and noise reduction
Shooting subjects in low light
Panning with a moving subject
Shooting light trails
Zeroing out camera settings after a complex shot
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