This was taken at a swing bridge in the back country of Mt. Cook National Park. Night shots are fun because they require a few extra techniques. You can either set up for star trails if you have a lot of time, or freeze the stars instead. To freeze them your exposure must be under 30 secs, otherwise they begin to trail. To expose the stars in 30 secs I had to use a wide f/4 aperture and a high ISO of 1600. To expose the bridge I light painted it with my headlamp during the 30 sec exposure. To properly expose the far end of the bridge, I moved my headlamp over it slower than the near end.