Low Light Photo Technique Challenge & Scavenger Hunt

by Marjorie Mcdonald November. 12, 2011 5406 views

So, I'm a day late with the Photo Technique and far short with the Scavenger Hunt …. but the SH shot fits with the Challenge, so I thought I'd combine them.

Other Photo Techniques are here. [photoblog.com]
Other Scavenger Hunts are here. [photoblog.com]

Paradise by the dashboard light [grooveshark.com]… idk, it just seems to fit :)

Heroic

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Dave 8 years ago

The statue is beautifully done Marjorie.
I saw Meatloaf perform when he was an opening act for the Calgary Stampeders. Yeah. It was a long time ago and we commented at the time that he was going to be popular if he got a band together instead of being alone with a keyboard. He sure made good and this is a perfect song.

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Felecia 8 years ago

PS, I just LOVE that song!!

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Lisa Charbonneau 8 years ago

Great set!

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Ricardo 8 years ago

so were you waiting to the night to take a pic of you typing? my computer doesn't have lights on the keyboard :/
shame on me!

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Abigail Gossage 8 years ago

The soldier silhouette says it all. Well done.

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Art Bee 8 years ago

Lovely silhouette and wonderful tribute! Great job on the low-light technique......like your song choice too.

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Marsha 8 years ago

Oh, yeah....#1....what a very moody and creative shot!!! #2 - somber and lovely. Great LL post, Marjorie!

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Mallusatish Reddy 8 years ago

Excellent tecniques,very nice~!~

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Jennifer Litwinowicz 8 years ago

Both great shots but i love the color on #1!!

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Brenda Nelson 8 years ago

I like the second one, but I love the perfect details in the first shot, which has great exposure in low-light.

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Lukesmom 8 years ago

I just love that silhouette of the statue! Nice!

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Felecia 8 years ago

Excellent examples! Both of them. How did it go? How did it go?

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