Thursday, January 26, 2012

Night Moves in RPV

Hawthorne Blvd at Knollbrook Falls Apartments (24 January 2012)
Canon EOS 50D, f/11, 10 sec., ISO-400, 18 mm focal length
Remember the Night Photography class I was going to take...well, it started.  As my blogger friend The Chieftess said "it's all about using a tripod and a remote shutter release". And then lots of playing with settings on MANUAL (oh, no!).
The class will be great, with the benfit of 2 photographers as instructors - Bernard Fallon and his very talented, visual journalist son, Patrick T. Fallon.
 The photo is straight from the camera, taken near where I live.

10 comments:

Matthew Johnson said...

Fantastic shot!!! What exposure time and aperture did you shoot this at? I'd love to see more of your night shots.
-Matt

Bibi said...

I think I recognize that. Got to get my cable release and tripod out! Looking forward to more of your night shots.

Powell River Books said...

Looks like a lot of photographic fun. Good for you. - Margy

Jack said...

Shots like this are fun. I have experimented with similar shots but so far I don't think they have found their way to the blog.

brattcat said...

love it.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

then you can show me (oh, no!)

Wayne said...

Nothing to worry about. In most respects I find night photography easier than daylight photography.

Plunk the camera on the tripod and experiment with shutter speeds. :-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This is fantastic Tash, oh what fun you are going to have!

TheChieftess said...

Oh!!! Looks like a fun class!!! Definitely a fun pic!!!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Odlicna fotografija.
Hvala na posjeti :)

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