Photo(s) of the Day – China Nights
I’ve been getting some email about low-light and night-time photography. It can be intimidating, but shooting at night is nothing to be afraid of. In fact, with today’s digital cameras, it can be quite easy if you know some of the basics. I’ve been thinking maybe I’ll post a quick tutorial here in the next few days. With a few tips I think you’ll be taking clear, crisp pictures in no time. Until I can get something put together, here’s a small collection from my portfolio.
Liuhou Park Main Gate
The Biker Boys
Bob Lio Bokeh
The Tea Shop
Illuminating the Bucket
Lantern Festival VI
Girl at the Wall
All the Tea in China
As always, if you have a question about any of the photos, just leave a comment. I’m pretty good about getting back to you.
Tomorrow, I am taking 23 kids to McDonalds. They’ve been attending an English Winter Camp and this is my graduation present to them. The McDonalds staff is going to let them go into the kitchen where, apparently, they will show the kids how to make their own food. Yeah, let’s hope Ronald and the gang are ready for that. You might offer up a prayer for me as well. I’ll take along a camera.