The best way to keep the blues away is to get out and see the world.
It doesn’t matter if it’s night or day. There’s never a wrong time for creation.
The colors of the night are quite different from those of daylight hours. Low-intensity light and deep primary colors have a completely different visual perception to our rods and cones once the sun goes down.
Everything is a factor for light. Ambient temperature, humidity, and even smog can change the way light behaves. This is even more pronounced when it’s dark.
My practice isn’t for the purpose of making perfect. The act of making a photograph is more than enough.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.