Posts Tagged ‘lights’

Photo Friday: Night Shot

December 8, 2017

The beautiful part of working at night is the opportunities for night photography.  It’s the type of photography that isn’t overdone, because most people are settled in their homes when I’m on my way into work.

This shot is of the park that goes under the Casco Bay Bridge.  It reminds me of the older sepia landscapes, and only a few blue lights in the background betrays that feeling.

The base of the Bridge

First Look Photo: Gearing Up

November 29, 2017

Portland’s holiday season is gearing up with lights.

Gearing Up for Christmas

Photo Friday: Old Buildings

October 20, 2017

This is an appetizing building with a tasty history.

A tasty Landmark

Photo Friday: Daily Photo Challenge

December 2, 2016

The way I figure it, if I wish to maximize my photography practice, I need to come up with daily photo challenges.  For my blogs I will pick the best of the week for both days.

I started my first challenge yesterday, and one last night for challenge 2.  The second challenge was better so here it is.  In this challenge I had to do something creative with Christmas lights.  I took a wine glass I used for an earlier school assignment, and positioned the lights at a distance behind it.  I call the piece “Sparkling”.

sparkling

If you have any ideas for fun photo challenges, let me know.  I will write them down.

Combined Techniques for Christmas photo.

December 5, 2012

Christmas 2012

In this shot, I combined bokeh, and light painting to give the effect that the candle puts out Christmas colors.  I will probably add words later.  I hope you like it, let me know.