Today I went out shooting at night and found out that it wasn't as easy as I thought it would be, didn't get the results I expected. I'm using a Panasonic G3 with a 14-45mm lens. I followed instructions from a night photography tutorial I once read or viewed on youtube: 1- when shooting use the lowest ISO possible 2- use a tripod 3- use a remote shutter or use the timer setting to prevent shaking of the camera I followed these instructions and failed, my expectations and the end result differed, a whole lot actually. I played with the following settings: - F between 4.5-5.6 also depending on zoom - ISO between 160-400 depending on how much light is needed - Shutter speed between 10-60 seconds, also depending on how much light is needed, using timer release of 2 seconds don't have a remote shutter Playing around, pics came out either too dark, too bright or not in focus and what really suprised me were pictures taken with a low ISO, 160, containing lots of noise. Will need some more practice sessions, some tips from people with same setup or night photography experience would be appreciated. I will post some sample pics as soon as I can.