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Best way to shoot photographs at night with the iPhone

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How do I shoot awesome night-time photos with my iPhone?

Shooting late at night can be a bit tricky, especially with an iPhone, but you don't need a 7 Plus to capture stunning pictures.

While shooting in the dark isn't the most ideal, and things like portraits can be pretty gosh-darn difficult in low-light situations, there are a couple of things you can keep in mind that'll make your late-night iPhoneography really pop.

Here are some of the best ways you can shoot photographs at night with your iPhone!

A lil' light goes a long way#Lenses4lifeColor, color, color!Bye-bye flashPlay with different (typically ugly) light

A lil' light goes a long way

There is a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. (Leonard Cohen)

While there are plenty of beautiful photographs of cityscapes and nature scenes that are taken in the middle of the day with bright, vivid lightning, there's something quite intimate and intriguing about a photograph with just a little crack of light in it.

Whether the light is coming from the tip of a lighter, through a crack in a door, from the flicker of a fading light bulb, or the distant glow of a dying fire, using just a bit of light against the stark darkness can draw the eye in and bring intricate little details to life – something the eye might have missed otherwise if there whole photograph was flooded with light.

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