The client wanted both daytime and nighttime exterior shots of their hotel. I shot the daytime one first. Several days later I went to photograph the hotel at night, having to wait out a sudden rainstorm that sprang up as I was making the 5-minute drive from my home to the hotel! The daytime image is a 7-exposure HDR image and the bottom is just a single long exposure.
I did not make a shot from the same spot necessarily on purpose, but I am glad I did as it was a chance to see how a specific subject appears in a photograph in two totally different lighting situations. So this photography tip is more like a photography project:
- Photograph the same subject during the day and then at night
Be sure and include a link to your day and night shot in the comments below.