Monday, September 2, 2013

Night Photography in Camden

I was fortunate to take a few images at the Camden Waterfront. In celebration of  Labor Day the Ben Franklin Bridge was lit up with red, white and blue lights. Due to various events, the area was alive with activity. I couldn't think of a better time to take some night shots. These were taken at f18 IS0 100 at a 1 minute and 10 second shutter speed. I would of preferred to shoot at f13. However, I was under a time restriction and moving to fast. I only had a hour to shoot. Anyway, here are three images I captured. 

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Unique Fondness for Fowl

New York City offers various opportunities to shoot. Rather you prefer landscapes, cityscapes, street photography, event shooting or shoots with models, New York has what you need. I have only shot cityscapes and the occasional street shot there. I tend to stay in the Manhattan, mainly because I am not familiar with the 5 boroughs enough to extend my search past my comfort zone. Never the less, the highly populated area with it's diverse architecture, cultures, and personally has more going on in 20 blocks than most photographers can capture in a week of shooting. On this trek through the city I stumbled about a gentleman with an unique fondness for fowl. I thought this pictures was entertaining enough to share. I hope you enjoy.

I've also shared this image on my Facebook and other pages. So, you may see it in different places.