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Animated Night

1. The time after sunset and before sunrise while it is still dark.

2. The dark part of the diurnal cycle considered a unit of time.

3. The period spent sleeping.

Night photography presents the challenge of having to work with low levels of light and the available light sources are usually man-made.

However, these sources frequently contribute unexpected colours to an image.

Photographers need to be prepared for longer camera exposure times at night.

DIG members captured the following Night Photography images.

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The Green Wheel at Roskilde Festival 2009
"The Green Wheel at
Roskilde Festival 2009"
Author: Stig Nygaard
Source: Wikimedia Commons
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Barry Porter
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Ian Robinson
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Pam Donnet
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Margaret Barnett
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Ken McRae
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Elaine Kosh
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Neil Schlosz
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Ian Chesterfield
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Geoff Turton
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Joyce Pickup
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Marilyn Richardson
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Robin Ireland
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Lilly O'Brien
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Sylvia Moores