Low light means slow shutter speeds and you need to know how you will deal with this. Low light levels can occur at any time of day; not just at night. And they can be found indoors or out. Shooting in low light may also mean shooting at slower shutter speeds, so you need to adopt strategies to prevent camera-shake-induced image blurring.

So today, in this post I have collected very amazing examples of low light photography. You can get ideas and tips that how to shoot the low light photographs. This photograph was taken on a tripod using Kodak T-max 3200. Exposure was F-5.6 at 1/8 sec. Note the blurred bus coming from the left side. Hope you will like them these photographs.

For more resources please see:

1. Jessica Low Light Stock

Jessica Low Light Stock

2. Low Light Photography

Low Light Photography

3. Night Shot of Lewis and Clark Bridge

Night Shot of Lewis and Clark Bridge

4. The Light Of Dusk

The Light Of Dusk

5. Wonderful Low Light Photography

Wonderful Low Light Photography

6. You Wont Forget

You Wont Forget

7. Low Light Photograph of A Park

Low Light Photograph of A Park

8. Low Light Flow

Low Light Flow

9. Blue and Black Low Light

Blue and Black Low Light

10. Best Photo Low Light

Best Photo Low Light

11. Self in Low Light

Self in Low Light

12. Painting with Light

Painting with Light

13. Light and Lightning

Light and Lightning

14. Amazing Low Light Photography

Amazing Low Light Photography

15. Tree Trunk in Low Light

Tree Trunk in Low Light

16. Savitri – Low Light Photography

Savitri - Low Light Photography

17. Night Photography – Low Light

Night Photography - Low Light

18. The Flock Returns

The Flock Returns

19. Spurn Point on the Humber Estuary

Spurn Point on the Humber Estuary

20. Kiss Me Deadly

Kiss Me Deadly

At the end of the day, you’ll get better results with a better camera. If you are a photographer and you have any collection of photography then share your link with us via comments.