Originally Posted by Jive Turkey
headlights are tricky, at night i find myself snapping one photo of the car exposed right, then the headlights exposed right then you' just put the two together...otherwise just try to make sure that the lights are beaming right at the camera and you should be okay. another way is to close the aperture and slow the shutter down to get the most light you can in..
here are some of my best attempts, still not perfect but the angle effects it ALOT. also if you dont have a tripod at night just dont bother
this was at a very low shutter speed and it was foggy out.
as for depth of field. well what aperture are you at?
lastly, try not to make the care the entire frame.
I definitely want to give this another try! Thanks for the advice! My tripod isn't the greatest, but if I shoot with a 2 second delay, I can usually get something decent.
My aperture was around 4.0-5.6 for those shots.