Each week our chief photographer, Anita Ross-Marshall, picks her favourite shot from the archives. She writes:

Many people think the only way to take pictures at night is to up the ISO and that means mega grain. But there is another way. 

Most of the time the camera is in service of the light that comes through the lens from a natural outside source, but by using a completely manual set up and working everything around the light from the flash you can get grain free clear images.

  • Image: Late Night Shopping Marlow
  • Camera data: Canon EOS 1D Mark 3, Lens EF70-200mm f/2.8 IS USM, Focal Length 110mm