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    Re: Night Time Work

    Two more from the Bay Area

    Santa Cruz Pier
    Santa Cruz Pier at Night

    From Baker Beach
    The Bridge

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Awesome shots PC....absolutely awesome! It makes my shots seem kinda dull.

    Enjoy anyway



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    Re: Night Time Work

    A bit of lens flare in the second last one, and I would like to re-shoot this again. There were some d***heads giving me grief when I was shooting there last.



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    Re: Night Time Work

    The bushes are in the way in this one, I'll have to bring my chainsaw next time I go shooting! ;-)

    It's probably a fraction over exposed as well.

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Hopefully I'm off to do more night work this week. Just need to arrange it with the "boss"
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Here is another photo from the other night

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Great shots Danic ! A rainy night bus stop.

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Some of these have been posted before. Just thought I would add them to this thread. All pictures were taken at Bellingraft Gardens near Mobile Al. and ALL of them were taken hand held WITHOUT a tripod. These are straight out of the camera. I did re size them so they could be uploaded to our site, Jeff

    #1 People walking down a path through the "Under the Sea " exhibit

    #2 A lighted bridge crossing a pond with lights on the far side

    #3 A train about 100ft long on the bank on the far side of the pond with the reflection in the water

    #4 This is an exhibit about 40ft across

    #5 Another shot of the train with the lighted walk crossing the pond in the lower left hand corner
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    I like image #1 Jeff...lots of mood.

    As I remember this was a unprepared candid grab.A 911 response to a man stuck in an elevator.The crew didn't know which floor, had to call in for more info... Greyscale converted.

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    Rick, I like your #1 also. You managed to get a lot of detail and depth of field in a dark situation. Very well done. I also like the movement in the fireman, it shows a little action going on, Jeff
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    Jeff, I took my grandkids to zoolights in Tacoma and it looked a lot like what you shot.
    I didn't get as good of shots as you did though.
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Sweeeeeeeet Home.........
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    Nice shots Lori!

    Keep shooting! :thumbsup:

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Thanks Rick! I have been swamped with work (thankfully!!) I love being paid to do what I love
    I love the shots of the Fire Truck, especially B&W, it works perfect!

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    Bling! , AND still the all time "Good Guy".
    I captured this out in the garage on a Wed.night BBQ / poker game.
    Manual flash @ 1/32nd level.

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Saint Paul MN, first time shooting at night.
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    Re: Night Time Work

    awesome shots

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Quote Originally Posted by starriderrick
    Bling! , AND still the all time "Good Guy".
    Rick, That's a really COOL shot & T Shirt!
    -Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballen Photo
    Rick, That's a really COOL shot & T Shirt!
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    Thanks Bruce! :thumbsup:

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    Messing around in the garage. Let's keep this thread going for Greg.

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Quote Originally Posted by draymorton
    Unreal!

    Great thread, in general. Lots of humbling work herein.
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    Thanks Dray' Nice work Greg. :thumbsup:

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Here's one from fathers day weekend...

    Cheers,
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Quote Originally Posted by xystren
    Here's one from fathers day weekend...
    Greg, That's pretty nice. I love how the ballon provided it's own light.
    -Bruce

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Giving the thread another bump...

    This is from Twin Peaks in San Francisco looking north across the bay toward Marin. I've got some others from some beaches in LA on my Flickr stream.

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