By Mick Webber
There is a certain atmosphere about night photography. It is much easier now, of course, since the advent of digital cameras that record events that would not have been so easily covered with film. Dragging a tripod around, or looking for a suitable flat topped wall in the right place, was necessary with time exposures, and even then it was often guesswork. Many of the trips after dark with my camera, produced as many failures as successes, but overall, the process was very rewarding. This book contains around 120 black and white and colour views from the early twentieth century up to the present day.
120 pages Paperback