Neighborhood Nightscapes


If the dog will let me I will make this idea into an ongoing project: document night scenery where the dog and I go for a last stroll. No surprise, he tugs at the leash just at the moment when I am trying to squeeze off a shot at something like 1/5th of a second. Even 1/20th is a stretch with a leash on your wrist.

Buildings and bushes that are ordinary during daylight hours seems so emotionally haunting at night. Streetlights are my friends. The best time to walk and shoot is while there’s blue dusk light in the sky or shafts of final orange sunlight. …more images as this plays out. Please offer your reactions if you stop by.

By the way-

The Fuji sensors in several of my cameras are doing a great job even with high ISO settings like ISO6400. For photographers that follow the tech side of cameras. Fuji uses a color filter array in front of the sensor itself that is different than all other camera manufacturers. The Fuji color filter arrangement is more granular and operates without a sharpness-robbing layer in the sensor package.


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