Hotspots in Rural Maryland
10:30p in Fallston MD. Two happening places open: McDonald's and Texas Roadhouse. Definitely choose the Roadhouse.
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Photo edited in Photoshop CS
This week, creative Framers we have a more technical challenge for you. Your mission this week is to go out at night and take a photo of your city…or town. And if you do not live anywhere near a city, then just go outside and capture your surroundings at night!You are definitely going to have to play with your camera’s settings. Experiment with a longer exposure (a tripod will be of great help) as well as the aperture and ISO. The lack of light is going to make it difficult to get the perfect exposure, so it is a good idea to experiment a lot with various settings. You can also try bracketing your photos – taking a series of photographs at different exposure settings. You can then choose the photo with the best exposure (out of the hundreds) or blend several photos of different exposures together. Photos of buildings, cityscapes and street photography are usually the default subjects of night photography but think also about portraits, light painting or light trails. They can also be very suitable for this week’s challenge. Our humble desks not only provide us with a designated space to do our work but often also the anchor of our creative lives. It is time to create a beautiful album in its honor.