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After you’ve secured your basic equipment, (Camera, tripod, remote trigger and spare battery), it’s time to prioritize your to do list for shooting long exposures outdoors at night.
Scout location as close as possible to your intended shooting time. This will give you insight as to camera positioning, which lenses to bring along, traffic patterns and ambient light conditions. I like to choose a setting that has both static and dynamic elements to show contrast in motion vs. static subjects in the frame.Charge your batteries and install a memory card into your camera.Go through this list and preset all of the...