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The Many Types of Light in Winter

The Many Types of Light in Winter
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  • Capture city lights at dusk with reflections in water for a knock-out image. If you shoot at F-16 or higher, the lights will look like twinkling stars.
  • Shoot the beam from a lighthouse beacon with a long exposure. They flash at regular intervals so you can time your shot to include them.

The last picture shows city lights at dusk:

Of course, there are exceptions to rules and new cameras have better abilities to handle photographic challenges.

All photos © Susan Cole Kelly.

Susan Cole Kelly is a compulsive shutterbug based in Boston and downeast Maine. You can see more of her work at http://susancolekelly.photoshelter.com/

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