Night Photography

I’ve always been interested in photography, so for my last birthday my wonderful boyfriend got me a gift certificate to BKC. I’ve really gotten his moneys worth as they have a wide variety of price options. My favorite so far has been a Night Photography class where I learned the basics of shutter speed, aperture, and light exposure. We got to borrow tripods and head out in Dumbo to try out what we had learned. Here are some of my favorites:

One World Trade

One World Trade

Light reflecting on the East River.

Light reflecting on the East River.

Tree in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Tree in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Path into the park.

Path into the park.

Some BK wilderness and the skyline.

Some BK wilderness and the skyline.

Fence in the dark.

Fence in the dark.

Manhattan Bridge.

Manhattan Bridge.

After the class, I got a tripod and have been bringing it on camping trips:

I love that you can see the fire flames shooting out in this one.

I love that you can see the fire flames shooting out in this one.

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Here I am staring intently into the campfire.

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No camping trip is complete without a fire.

No camping trip is complete without a fire.

Cabin in Maryland.

Cabin in Maryland.

In this one, my boyfriend is a GHOST because he kept moving.

In this one, my boyfriend is a GHOST because he kept moving.

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