The color of the night

“I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.”                            Vincent Van Gogh

handheld twilight, sony NEX 6, street, night, color

  handheld twilight, sony NEX 6, street, night, color

I have to agree with Vincent.

Sony NEX 6, using the Handheld Twilight mode, which takes six photos in a fraction of a second, and then combines the data from the 6 different images to create one single image.  Edited in Lightroom 4.

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About Ed Spadoni

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9 Responses to The color of the night

  1. lostfunzone says:

    quite impressive performance. did you have a lot of work to do in lightroom?

  2. I also agree with Vincent. Apropos Vincent:

  3. Rodney says:

    The second photo is one of my all time favs by you Ed! Was it rain or wet snow falling? Whatever it was, the drops/flakes eve seemed to have color! And why do I love 2 Guys… because not only do we get great photography, but great art in all forms. Starry Starry Night is my all time favorite song by Don Mclean! Thanks for sharing the video Cardinal.

    • Ed Spadoni says:

      Good eye Rodney – yes it was snowing at the time and the 2nd pic caught that. Without the precip, the sidewalks would have been dry and we wouldn’t have had the reflections and the colors. So you could say it all came together because of the weather. Thanks Rodney. Ed

  4. Clanmother says:

    Even night has lights and warmth…

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