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Sepia Night Lights

I apologize, I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. I didn’t drop my love for photography, I’m just doing other things. Sometimes it’s a good thing to make fans wait a little, and make them look forward to your next post 🙂 Not only is 42nd street the heart of theater, the bright lights offer some of the most beautiful photo opportunities. You do have to be a certain type of person to go there at night though; it gets so crowded it reminds me of Chinatown (but after business hours). In some cases it’s actually worse; because as crowded as it get’s, people actually walk through with their baby carriages! Oh my goodness, people are off their rocker! But I will digress. I just have to shake my head sometimes. Anyway, I did not get as many good shots as I hoped (but it was spur of the moment). I discovered that for myself personally, I think cell phone photography is best during the day (or in places were there is low light at night). Now, of course this is not always the case, it depends on what your trying to accomplish as an individual photographer/artist; but we don’t have the same quick control of all camera functions with our cell phones the way we do our DSLRs. I love photography, not only is it one of the most beautiful kinds of art,  it offers a one time historical documentation of our story and the environment we’re in. Hope both my visitors and fans have been enjoying my work so far. Peace.

SepiaLight

  • Aperture: ƒ/1.9
  • Camera: SM-G920T
  • Taken: 11 December, 2015
  • Focal length: 4.3mm
  • ISO: 250
  • Shutter speed: 1/10s