Two days ago I posted a bunch of photos shot on a foggy day around the Opera House in Oslo. None of these shoots had an abundance of favourable light, but low-light photography can open for interesting possibilities that you wouldn’t have under conventionally perfect lighting conditions. Night-time photography can also produce interesting results, but this time I remembered to bring my tripod which gave me a better starting point as this eliminates camera movement.
Margie (gogreygirl.wordpress.com) commented on my previous post and said:
Your photos convince me that I should be sure to put Oslo on my ‘to visit’ list!
So I figured I would post these night shots as well, to further feed her conviction. On this follow-up you can observe the Oslo Opera and some of its surroundings during night.
- The Opera House in Oslo (Weekly Photo Challenge – Windows) (cardinalguzman.wordpress.com)
- Changing Seasons: The Nutcracker