Powerful Night Photo Tips on the Streets of London (VIDEO)

If you find yourself in a rut and need some inspiration to boost creativity, you’ve come to the right place at the right time. That’s because in barely three minutes you’ll pick up several shooting and editing tips for making eye-popping photos at night.

The idea here is to give you a creative outlet for making stunning images that look different from those you’ve shot in the past. And the good news is you don’t need any special gear, apart from a sturdy tripod.

The great thing about shooting after the sun drops below the horizon is this: Scenes that appear boring during the day are transformed into magical tableaus full of sparking lights, intriguing colors, and the opportunity to capture motion everywhere you look.

Unlike most tutorials we post, this one is less about camera settings, techniques and other technical matters than the necessity of looking at the world differently when shooting after dark. And once you develop this mindset there are limitless opportunities for capturing breathtaking photos that aren’t possible during the day.

Liam Man is an accomplished photographer and Lightroom expert who grew up in the English Countryside. Photography became his passion after moving to London where he currently resides. The tips in this episode are sure to get you inspired, and convince you that this style of shooting provides a unique opportunity for expanding your skills.

As Man explains, “The streets of London at night gave me something I hadn’t seen before,” and the tips he shares are very easy to emulate. He further explains that, “As I developed my skills I was able to become much more creative while expressing the way I see the world.”

After sharing his insights and providing numerous great ideas for succeeding at this form of photography, Man explains simple techniques he employs when editing images for maximum impact.

You can find more shooting and editing advice on Man’s popular YouTube channel, so be sure and pay a visit.

And don’t miss the tutorial we posted from another accomplished photographer, revealing several pro tips that improve image quality for every photo you shoot.