Some great city night shots from Martin Stavars.
When you take this kind of shot, you’ve got some creative choices open to you; kind of what Stavars has done here, you can expose the scene to achieve a similar level of light to what you’d expect from a daytime shot (most likely this is what your meter’s telling you to do), or you can expose 2-3 stops below this, which would give you a shot more representative of what you see with the naked eye.
There’s merit to both, but the former does give the pictures something a little different to them.

Some great city night shots from Martin Stavars.

When you take this kind of shot, you’ve got some creative choices open to you; kind of what Stavars has done here, you can expose the scene to achieve a similar level of light to what you’d expect from a daytime shot (most likely this is what your meter’s telling you to do), or you can expose 2-3 stops below this, which would give you a shot more representative of what you see with the naked eye.

There’s merit to both, but the former does give the pictures something a little different to them.

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