|Trees at night with a long exposure, large aperture, |
relatively high ISO and a flash.
|Mountains with clouds at Balloch.|
A long exposure with high ISO and large aperture.
|Balloch mountains at night, with fast moving clouds.A long exposure with high ISO and large aperture.|
|Balloch Cave at night.|
A long-ish exposure, large aperture and relatively large ISO.
|Camping at Balloch, with the tent lit up at night.A long exposure with high ISO and large aperture.|
|The moon in fast moving clouds.A long-ish exposure with high ISO and large aperture.|
|The night sky surrounded by rocks and trees with fast moving clouds going past it.A long exposure with high ISO and large aperture.|
Don't forget that a high ISO setting can lead to grainy pictures, so play around with various settings in the high range. When combined with long exposures (anything from 10 - 30 seconds) and a large aperture, again to allow for maximum light collection, you should be able to take some pretty decent pictures at night. Finally, make sure you use a tripod or put your camera down where it won't wobble, otherwise your pictures will come out blurry.
If you are interested in staying at Balloch, here are some details:
* I'm learning about GIMP as I go along and once I've done some editing I'll display some more pics, with edits.