5 Tips for Shooting Long-Exposure Night Photography

Mar 18, 2020  By Richard Rejino

LHSA proudly presents our 5 Tips for Shooting Long-Exposure Night Photography with Antonio Di Benedetto, Product Specialist, Leica Camera USA. In this series, we sit down with experts in Leica Camera buying, collecting, shooting, editing, and more! We ask them to share their experience and insights. Watch and learn how to elevate your photography and take it to the next level.

Antonio DiBenedetto is Leica Camera’s Product Specialist. He has extensive experience in the photo industry, both from the consumer and trade perspective. He is well versed in the technical and creative avenues of using Leica cameras, offering engaging instructional training to experienced photographers, retail store managers and photo enthusiasts alike.

Equally passionate about the art of photography as he is for photographic equipment, Antonio is highly skilled at pairing a photographer’s vision with the perfect creative tools, offering new techniques and insights along the way. With a keen eye for many styles of photography, one of Antonio’s most treasured is in creating long exposure images at night. He firmly believes that any location, even those not typically seen as ‘picturesque,’ can make for a compelling landscape photo when illuminated in the darkness.

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Special Thanks to Antonio Di Benedetto!

Richard Rejino
Richard is the Executive Director of LHSA - The International Leica Society and a part-time professional photographer. He is also a classically trained pianist, writer and published author. His book, "What Music Means to Me" is available from Hal Leonard Corporation.

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Nice job!

Thoughts on using a film camera (MP) to do this?

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