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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Friday Shoot Out- Night shots

Because I do not go into town at night this was taken on my back deck.


I did try shooting some of the houses on my street at Christmas according to the tutorial but had no luck.

So this is all I have. I will keeping trying.

To see some great shots, go here 




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10 comments:

Maggid said...

But, this is amazingly cool. Thank You!
-g-

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

It's not easy getting night shots. I definitely like staying in after the sun goes down. If I have errands to run, I want to get them over and done and home before the sun sets. I think I will definitely hibernate this weekend. Have a good one. Tammy

Rebecca said...

Well that is very pretty. And keep trying, you'll get it and then you will be so happy you stuck with it.

~JarieLyn~ said...

I like it too, and yes you will get it eventually. It looks like you already have.

Doreen said...

I like this shot. looks a little mysterious to me.

Pauline said...

That is a perfectly lovely image, Peggy. You only need one shot and that one is so pretty and typically you!

Ann said...

This is a very good one. I don't do a lot of night shots, and was struggling.

Jama said...

I tend to stay at home after the sun set too, a photowalk with a tripod is not something I like to do, so sometimes I cheat and uses railings instead. Sometimes I get a good picture, sometimes I don't.

DawnTreader said...

It's not easy taking photos in the dark! I like how you managed to get colours in the flower in the lamplight though. I'm rarely out in the dark either, December is an exception as it gets dark very early here then and there are extra decoration lights and events going on in the city.

My Little Home and Garden said...

I'll have to try taking some nighttime shots around the house. Yours turned out well!
-Karen