Some images of Venice Italy at night, several taken from the water. It’s an amazing place to visit … and expensive. If you go, take some good walking shoes because if you don’t want to continually pay the water taxis … it’s quite a hike to get anywhere around the canals and bridges.
The shot above came about with the wrong shutter speed from a moving boat …
If you don’t have a tripod and a cable release, it’s still possible to get great shots at night. Here, I metered the exposure and set the camera on the wall of the canal. Then, to eliminate camera shake, I set the camera to a delayed shutter release so that my hand was away from the camera by the time the shutter opened for the exposure.
This was a similar type of exposure as the previous image.