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Colored light sources at night
There's a certain amount of standard advice for shooting night photography. One of them is to shoot either Fujichrome 64T or Kodak Ektachrome 160T for film. Both films are well-behaved and well-characterized tungsten balanced slide film. With slide film, you don't need to worry about automatic machine corrections like you do with print films, so that's easy to understand. Both films have about as reasonable figures for long-exposure reciprocity as you'll find in a manufacturer datasheet.
But, tungsten color balance? Why do most night photographers shoot using tungsten color balanced film, or the tungsten setting on their digital SLRs?
The digital + film road to long exposure
A set of pointers on how to get a good long-exposure night shot using film cameras without wasting tons of film.
I need to get a new tripod
I've come to realize that my tripod needs to be replaced. Like, right now...
Slide Film
A review of the slide films available in 2008.
Thoughts on shooting at night
Night landscape photography is astonishingly peaceful and meditative.

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