Photo #N16-9Georgia Baths #1

Here at 53 degrees north of the equator, summer brings very long days and consequently rather short nights. During the months of June and July, I tend to avoid long night shooting road trips because it hardly seems worth investing the money and effort for two to three hours of shooting per night. Instead I stick fairly close to home and if I shoot at all, it is usually a local gig. This summer, in my ongoing attempts to experiment with new photographic styles (and people's patience) I hit the city streets for a night of urban shooting. Shooting under artificial light seems so easy after having worked with moonlight. You can actually see stuff in the viewfinder! That makes composing shots a whole lot easier. Considering this was my first attempt at urban night photography, I'm quite happy with how this series turned out.



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