Tag: night photography

Joe’s Photo of the Week – Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! I wanted to start this year off with a bang and share my very favorite recent shot. This was taken a couple months back at a night photography workshop I attended. The white light is a fellow photographer’s headlamp. All of the red light is also from the other photographer’s head lamps. I like the extra light,… Read more →

Joe’s Photo of the Week – Murderous Glee

It’s my favorite time of year: Halloween! And in honor of this stupendous holiday this week’s Photo of the Week is an older shot of mine called: Murderous Glee I figured that this image was appropriate given the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It in theaters. (I still need to go see that) Read more →

3 Essential Items Needed For Night Photography

I love to get out and shoot images after dark. The world is a different place after the sun goes down. There are new colors hiding just beneath our visual perception which a camera can pick up using long exposures. It is a surreal world of naturally over-saturated tones caused by unnatural industrial lights of many different types. It is… Read more →

Fun at the County Fair

Last night I got to try out a new filter. It is called the Cinemorph filter. This is an amazing little filter that stretches your bokeh vertically a bit, making it seem more like something captured by a lens used for letter box cinema. It also has a bit of fishing line down the middle of it which causes a… Read more →