Friday, October 3, 2008

City Portrait



To try to get back into a regular rhythm of posting, I went out by the Mississippi RIver a couple nights ago. It is so pretty down there that the scenery does just about all the work for you, you just throw your camera on a tripod, hit the shutter release, and wait the 20 or so seconds for the exposure to capture. I'll be posting a few from my outing, hope you enjoy them.

3 comments:

Laurie said...

I'm crazy about these night shots. This is where digital really has it all over film for me. I could never get such rich, crisp images with my 35mm film camera. And the light just does wacky things in digital.

I love this. MOre more!

Eki Akhwan said...

I admire the way you see, and how you chose the angle for this photo. The luminted arches are an instant eye-catcher!

You have great photographs, Scott. I'll be coming back.

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