I love long exposures and natural lighting (and dof, and macro, and portraits in the 70-200mm range, 50mm in low light, among other things). Tonight, my err... (how do I say it) 'other' camera seemed to have died. Probably the high humidity rendered it unconscious, or that flu that's been going round. Terrible timing, it died in the first ten minutes of an hour long fireworks show, and it was a night that threatened sudden torrential rain (which it did often all day), so I thought I should leave the Seagull at home. However, also, tonight is the local town festival, but the only film I had was the Velvia 100 ("Daylight"). [/sob story] The problem is is that the electrics in the Seagull don't work, and so I had to guess the exposure time, and used the Bulb setting. That was fun, now I'll have to see how they come out. I'm sure the portable shrines will mostly look good, and with lots of blur of people walking about. But this got me thinking, what is a good night time film, especially for long exposures. I'm sure everyone's experiences, contexts, and purposes are different, so it'd be interesting to hear how things turn out with various films, I suppose.