When I first thought of night shots, I knew I wanted to capture an image of the Perrine Bridge over the Snake River Canyon. And then I needed a picture of our local LDS temple as well, of course; it's a bright beacon in the dark! So I grabbed my tripod and a coat and went to "work". (Since when is photography ever work? Haha.) It took me several tries to hone in on the right settings, but once I found my groove, it was a lot of fun! The most entertaining part was pressing the shutter strategically between sets of cars rushing past the temple.
And then the awful time change occurred. The sun sets so early now! But I'm trying not to complain. The dark actually wound up being an inspiration for some in-home shots one evening. Since my new camera has ISO that goes on for days, I knew I could embrace the grain and play with some hard light. I'm so lucky to have such cute models willing to pose for me.
^^I told Levi there was candy in the fridge. Hehehe.^^
Now please click on over to the next talented gal in our photography circle, Lauren Jensen Photography, to see some more creative night shots. I promise you won't be disappointed.