A Photo Contest of
Nighttime Beauty

For this contest, we invite you to share your best photos showing the beauty and mystery of the nighttime. From everyday lifestyle shots and architecture to isolated landscapes - everyone has something interesting! Submit your best night photos and get inspired by the entries from the community.

Nighttime Visionaries Photo Contest
Grand Jury Winner
⭐ It's your time to choose the prize! Join the contest, and tell us what you want to win; you have $400 to spend on the photo gear of your dreams.
Nighttime Visionaries Photo Contest
People's Choice
⭐ Community Recommended Photographer
⭐ 100 VIEWBUG Coins
Nighttime Visionaries Photo Contest

3 Top Night Sky Tips

Have you ever found yourself captivated by the beauty of the night sky and wanted to capture it in a photograph? Photographing the night sky can be a challenging but rewarding experience, whether you're capturing a starry sky or a stunning aurora borealis display, these are some good tips for you:

Use a Wide-Angle Lens: A wide-angle lens is ideal for capturing the vast expanse of the night sky, especially if you want to include a foreground element in your shot. Look for a lens with a low f-stop number (such as f/2.8 or f/4) to allow more light into your camera and to create a shallower depth of field, which can blur the foreground and bring the focus to the sky.

Adjust Your Camera Settings: To capture the stars and other celestial objects in your photo, it's important to adjust your camera settings accordingly. Use manual mode and set your camera to a wide aperture, a high ISO, and a long shutter speed. Depending on the specific conditions and the effect you're trying to achieve, you may need to adjust these settings to balance exposure and avoid overexposure. Experiment with different settings to find the right balance for your shot.

Plan Your Shot: Before you head out to photograph the night sky, it's important to plan your shot in advance. Consider the time of year and the location to find the best opportunities for capturing specific celestial events, such as meteor showers, the Milky Way, or the Northern Lights. Use apps or websites to help you find the right location and time for your shot. You may also want to scout out the location during the day to familiarize yourself with the surroundings and to identify any potential obstacles or hazards.

Help Us Find The Winner

Vote for your favorite photos and help us find the winner of this photo contest. The more you vote the better the results.The top photos receiving the most votes from our audience will be viewed by our judges. One winner out of the most voted photos will be selected as the People's Choice Winner.

Here's How It Works
What photos should I share in this contest?
Show your best night shots
When is the last day to participate?
What is the total value of the prize?
The total prize value is 1000 plus the bragging rights. Prizes are delivered through Amazon and cash prizes are sent via Paypal.l
How many submissions are there in the contest?
There are 9,804 submissions.
What happens with the ownership of the photo I share in the contest?
You always maintain all the rights to your photos. By entering the contest you accept VIEWBUG's terms of use. AI generated images are not elegible to win.
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