Pictures in the dark

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We got heavy snow again today, and that made me look at these pictures from some weeks ago. They are taken during night. Two of them with a tripod and a flash, and one without flash. The one above have a small adjustment to a cooler colour, the others no adjustments. Just an experiment so to speak, because it was a fine night even if it had a lot of weather. Like today. There are a few more on this link.

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43 thoughts on “Pictures in the dark

  1. Nice attempt !
    (How about,— camera on the tripod and set to B = while shutter is open,
    fire the flash many times, away from the camera — to the tree or back ground etc)
    (I mean, separate flash. — in fact, torch lamp can work well as well.)

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    1. I tried tripod and B, with and without the flash. Didn’t work well, probably because autofocus was on. As I have found out later. Now I soon have to wait some months to get a dark night again, at least with snow. Thank you Yoshizen.

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  2. Such large snow flakes … I imagine some little ones rushing into view … hands outstretched and mouths open to catch them .
    Lovely experiments Bente .

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  3. Great to see the kind of inspiration you get from nature. I like the third one the best. It has a certain calmness and the big flakes have a friendly hearty touch.

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  4. I always am intrigued by “warm” images of snow, and so the middle image appeals to me most. On the other hand, I enjoy watching snow fall through the light of street or house lamps and night, and for that, the other two images are best at capturing the experience.

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