#Repost @instagram ・・・ Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPnightlights The goal this weekend is to capture dynamic displays of light in the darkness. Some tips to get you started: Look for all the different sources of light that can illuminate an interesting scene around you, including street lamps, flashlights, candles and moonlight. The glowing lights of buildings and bridges at night offer a great opportunity for cityscapes. Remember to hold your camera as still as possible for the longer exposure required in a low light setting. To prevent your photo or video from being too bright or grainy, tap and hold the brightest part of your frame to adjust and lock the exposure. If you’re celebrating Independence Day in the United States this weekend, try to capture the unique light effects of fireworks and sparklers. (Just remember to maintain a safe distance.) PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPnightlights hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs and videos to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged image or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured on Monday. For more examples and inspiration, check out blog.instagram.com. Featured photo by @melaniericcardi (Take two: the original announcement for #WHPnightlights featured a mistakenly credited photo.)
#Repost @instagram ・・・ Every Monday we share some of our favorite Weekend Hashtag Project submissions on our blog at blog.instagram.com. Congratulations to @stacyant, @matt.andersen, @habib.alidengi, @sudeepnandurkar, @heyitsamoff, @nyroamer, @ceeesk, @me.lo.die and @cole_younger_ who all had featured submissions for #WHPnightlights!