Moonlight and Steeple

Another photo from Lexington, VA. This is among my first attempts of taking photos in the moonlight. Clearly, I need some practice.

Or a tripod…

Comments

  1. Pamela says:

    The photo has a calming effect I like it.

  2. Stephen says:

    You may need some more practice but it is a nice start. It is definitely one of those moments you had an eye for something pleasing.

  3. melissa says:

    of course life is always, or should be always treated as practice…that’s how we always get better…but you are good where you start…this was meant to relay to you a subtle yet serious compliment! LOL…seriously, I am loving your photography =)

  4. Joanna says:

    I like this picture, the color contrast is really interesting. I am curious what type of camera and lens you used for this picture.

  5. James says:

    It’s actually a point and shoot / pocket camera. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 with a Carl Zeiss® 28mm lens. I didn’t have a tripod with me to stabilize the camera, so I held the camera against the top of a post to help keep it steady.

  6. Oigon says:

    Great picture, love your blog:)

  7. camera trick says:

    Practice makes perfect but i’d say that this photo is already good. It is like a light amidst the dark sky. :)

  8. James says:

    Thanks… please make sure you use a name going forward? If you type “[email protected] trick” you will have a link to “camera trick” in your comment. Otherwise, I will delete the links.

    Cheers!

    James

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