Friday, December 7

119 Night

Contributed by J Brinkerhoff

I took this photo while experimenting with longer exposers. I set the exposure for 15 seconds. I let the camera still for about 10 seconds, with the guy in the photo with the light on, then I swiveled it for the remaining 5 seconds. The lights then create the lines across the photo. I personally really liked the photo, but the opinions my be held different elsewhere.

8 comments:

Eric said...

i have to say i really wasnt sure about this picture at first but i really like it the shade of green in the grass is very pungent. it is also very kinda cutting edge for a lack of better wording. you dont really see stuff like this. like it lots

Julia Serva-Del Monte said...

I like this night shot. It has interesting light movement. And the glow on the grass is interesting. You did a good job with white balance as well.

Anonymous said...

The lighting is very interesting in this picture. I like how it is just the light in movement and everything else is still, like the light pole on the left. Good job Experimenting.
-morgan

CJ said...

my favorite thing about this piece is that guy in the middle who I didnt really notice till like my 3rd glance. weird. that, and the colors and its asymmetrical"ness." Also, I like how you left the blank bars on the top and bottom. thats pretty cool.

Jade said...

Brinkerhofffffffff THIS PICTURE IS AWESOME. i love the colors and the light effects. The crop of the picture if really good too. its a really interesting photo.

C 2 tha Rumbley said...

I like this one alot. the light effects are just awesome great shot. i like it alot you should take more like this.

Jay said...

this is a cool photo. i like the lines of light of course. i am not so fond of all the black above and below the picture. i think you could crop that out. i think your subject matter and use of light is excellent. it is interesting. I like how you have different colors of light. I see lots of reds and greens in this photograph.

Anonymous said...

this is so cool! the light effect and the colors work so well together. i love the human element in it too.
JETT