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  1. Glad to see you included good old London Town! I love the rainy pavement one and also the bookshop with the shadow person passing. It's like a ghost from one of the books – Jane Eyre maybe? The vaporetto ride image is wonderful; they look like lots of ticks – very stitchable. Cretan Stitch I think :-))

  2. What gorgeous shots. Thanks so much for sharing all this and I'm looking forward to the newsletter. After reading your post, maybe I'll get over my fear of shooting at night and play with the settings you've suggested. I too, hate to carry a bulky tri-pod, especially on busy night life streets (Las Vegas). I'd love to be able to go down and shoot at night…now maybe I just will.

    Thanks again for the tips.

    Bright blessings,
    Kathy

  3. This post was very helpful and makes me look forward to getting some night time shooting in soon. I love your reflection photos!

  4. YAY! I love this theme! Thank you! Your shots are gorgeous, as always, and thanks for the tips.

  5. these are amazing.. my favorite is the one with streetlights and glow on the sidewalk from the rain, WOW! I have been wanting to get a tripod, just haven't had the time to check them out, I did order one for my iphone though!!

  6. Your night photos are great! Thanks so much for doing this post! I have been wanting to learn more about night photography and have been playing around but have not been very successful! Now I can't wait to try again!

  7. Hi Kat, I printed already printed the gift you sent me. Thanks!! Looking forward to the weekly news ^_^ Happy weekend!

  8. Great fun! I submitted a link for the first time. Night photography is tough but can be quite rewarding.

  9. Great shots. Thanks for hosting 🙂

  10. Great tutorial. As I was looking at your photos from Split I thught: this looks like Croatia. And then I read it is. Did you stop in Slovenia too?

  11. Kat, I want to know how to set the white balance, and on my Canon the modes.
    I have been taking sunsets and all of the pictures came out orange/yellowish. Finally I put it on mode night portrait and that improved things because it chooses everything for you. But you can not have on my camera aperture mode and night portrait mode at the same time.

    Thanks for getting me going on the night photography.

  12. Thank you so much for all the wonderful tips that you share.

    BTW, I love the photo with the "moving" lights.

    Halie