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Todd Lambert
20th of March 2011 (Sun), 16:22
It was a pretty incredible night. The moon was like daylight.

you can read more and view more photos about the location and the shoot, on my website: twilightscapes.com (http://twilightscapes.com).


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drocpsu
20th of March 2011 (Sun), 16:51
nice shots! The moon was a little brighter than normal here in the northeast, but not like that!

how long were your exposures?

tonylong
20th of March 2011 (Sun), 17:10
Nice, Todd -- out here it was just dreary overcast.

Todd Lambert
20th of March 2011 (Sun), 17:27
Thanks guys. Yes, I've never seen light like we got last night. It was (for lack of a better word): Magical.

drocpsu, the exif should be attached on the shots, but for the most part these were high ISO (1000-2500) with exposure times under 20 seconds. I could have lowered the ISO, but then the clouds would have moved too much(since they were moving pretty fast).

L5intoR5/Cr
21st of March 2011 (Mon), 09:22
So jealous....

We were moderately overcast here in the Denver area so we never got anything near that amount of light...

pbny
21st of March 2011 (Mon), 10:12
beautiful shots, what's that stone shed with the glass panes?

Any post processing on the indoors pictures?

Todd Lambert
21st of March 2011 (Mon), 10:24
Thanks!

The stone building is actually the Jail. What you see is a flashlight shining from inside, through the steel bars on the front.

The indoor pictures were light painted (very lightly) and PP with my basic setup. Nothing too dramatic in this case.

Thanks for looking!

Orby
21st of March 2011 (Mon), 23:24
Nice gloomy affect.