I continue to carry the Canon full frame body into the neighborhood at night more often. I swapped the Sigma 35mm for the Canon 35mm f1.4. I added Canon’s 85mm f1.4 prime to shoot in these dark conditions. Here are images from the past several days. I’ve been looking closely at images that reach back a ways through this personal project. Mixed light seems to draw my eye. Mixed light seems to stop me. Click inside the image(s) to advance in the set.
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Tonight’s pix. Rain earlier left cool wet air and bright colors under the bigger streetlights on California Ave. Some of these are on my street, though… low, low light.
A stain of red, lonely intersection, trees, geometry
Why “Number Ten”? I must have nine other neighborhood nightscape sets – all part of the year+ long “One Dog Night” project – that I’ll want to edit to share here on my blog. All those nine shot before this post. These are just last night 7/27/2018. Different camera, same field of view as much of the work I do on the Fujis: 35mm prime – here on a Canon 5D Mark 4.
Went out at dusk the other night with a fellow Fuji shooter and Jack came along (it was, after all, HIS walk) and we took a few. Fun to have a fellow-traveler along.
Smoke from British Colombia’s forest fires – way north of us – has blanketed Puget Sound. Here’s sunset tonight from West Seattle’s northernmost high bluff. Ferries pass in the smoke.
It’s dark out there.
I see this view all the time when I walk the dog. He doesn’t care. But I love the changing light and clouds. Over time I’ll add more. This was popular on Facebook.