In my last post, I discussed about 5 Long Exposure Photography Tips You Should Not Miss. This post is the basic tips you should follow when you experiment light trail photography. I have already recommended the basic requirements for long exposure photography and so the same should be used to capture light trails, too. \tRead: 5 long exposure photography tips you should not miss Light Trail Photography Tips To Get you Started 1. Select the right location The location with appealing surroundings is the most important key for traffic light trail photography.Based on your perspective choose the proper location for it. 2. Choose the right timing Timing is another important factor to add the vibrancy to an image. One may think midnight is the best time for shooting traffic light trails inside the city, but there will be less traffic light trails. However, very effective timing is just after sun set. So, ambient light in the sky can add atmosphere to your shot. But timing may vary according to the location of your choice. Choice of location and timing 3. Choose the right choice of basic settings When you shoot light trails, basic settings such as Shutter speed, Aperture, ISO should be preset properly for the better outcome. Out of three parameters, shutter speed is the most important factor to frame the light trails. Aperture is considered for getting the crisp and proper structure of the light trail. ISO should be used properly if you want to cover more details like clouds, stars etc. in your frame. You can refer the below mentioned table for sample basic settings Read: \t\u00a0Introduction to Aperture \t\u00a0Introduction to Shutter speed I hope you will find this tutorial useful. I would suggest you to follow this when you explore light trail photography. If you have any questions, please drop them as comments. In my next post, I will explain Post processing technique for shooting light trails.