Posts Tagged ‘light’
Just another look at that lamp photo I took oh-so-long ago. Love the contrast the black & white treatment does to enhance the geometry. I’m not a fan of black & white photography, but without a doubt, I prefer this version to the color one I posted last year.
First time shooting fireworks! It was a trying and educational experience about how to work the camera. Here’s a big hint: tripod! tripod! tripod!
There were a number of interesting bursts of light from the celebration this past Independence Day. I’m still trying to sort through the album and post some that came out pretty well. Hope your Fourth was excellent and happy.
And much love to those serving our great nation!
Also, happy 7-11 Slurpee day!
An oldie but goodie from my travels around Italy. And from a regular ol’ point & shoot Canon camera, no less!
This was taken at the Palace at Caserta (the same one used in Angels & Demons for some of the shots of the “Vatican”) and the photo was taken by my mom. But I directed her on how to shoot it & set all the settings! I wanted to be in the photo to show exactly how huge this window is. It’s just gigantic. (TWSS. That’s two in two posts. Go me.)
The pure opulence of this palace was breath-taking. There was one room: about 3/4 as large as the commons dining hall at school and had a ceiling and walls painted with gold. That’s a lot of surface to paint with gold. How much gold is that, you ask? Don’t ask me, ask this guy.