Took another shot of the capitol now that I can do better night shots. I did a longer exposure to get building detail besides the highly illuminated dome. I had the camera on top of “tourist” binocular, I’ll need to bring a tripod next time.
I love old fire houses. Something about the old wooden doors surrounded by stonework. It could just be a cast off of my love of Ghostbusters and their firehouse… This one is across the street from our DC office and I always just like to look at it. (I should point out that this photo …
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Bonus images of a closer view of the fountain…and beer because its yummy.
I’m not sure which one I like better. You make the call!
Yes, I’m still on my Capitol kick, this time was 11 pm at night with a 1 second exposure.
I was doing some experimentation while taking the Metro yesterday. I wish I did a longer exposure then .4 seconds for a longer train smear, but I was free handing it. I’m lucky the static portions of the shot came out as well as they did. Next time I need a mono- or tri- pod.
Get ready, I’m going to start to use flickr a lot more, I just upgraded my flickr account to a pro account. Here’s my first attack against you visually, the photos I took at the “RE Tech Rocks DC” event the other night where non-other than good friend and boss Mark Lesswing performed on his …
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The stage lights are making some interesting things happen in this photo, especially once I adjusted the white balance. The bass itself is looking pretty good.
I like the tower of the Islamic Center peaking over the trees but no other buildings doing so in this shot.
Had to drop down to ISO 1600, but I really like how it turned out. But I’m always a fan of lines going into the horizon. And bonus image, Don’t be an ass!