Spring Lake, South End


This is a shot of Spring Lake just above the dam in the previous photo. It was taken during the “blue hour”, hence the sky color.

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  1. Kevin says:

    Is this blue hour in the morning or at night? Also, how does the flashlight technique work, do you scan the light around or do you hold it in place??? Also…what kind of shutter speeds were you using?

    Thanks so much!!!

  2. Leo says:

    I wouldn’t have lit up the foilage close to the camera. It’s too, sudden I think.
    I like the colors though, good composition.

  3. trish says:

    is tht heaven?

  4. Sean says:

    Fantastic stuff. I’ve been meaning to extend my night shooting to include painting with flashlight after reading an amazing article in Outdoor Photography magazine a year ago. This has really made me want to try it even more.

  5. Brian says:

    Beautiful once again – without flashlight illumination, the foreground would be quite boring.. but you’ve given it an interesting new look. I’m enjoying your painting with light series of shots.

  6. Rob says:

    What more can I say, well done. This is such a brilliant shot.

  7. Stunning colors and awesome shot…

  8. Rahul Kumar says:

    How have you managed to light up distant spaces also.. and that too with different colors

  9. pierre says:

    Another keeper

  10. Andy says:

    You have some amazing images here, very magical.

  11. Kevin says:

    does anyone know how the flashlight technique works? Do you scan the light around or do you hold it in one spot for a few seconds and then move it to another spot?

  12. Andy says:

    I’ll post the technique shortly (although there’s not much to it.) I just haven’t had time yet.

  13. Mike says:

    The photos on your site are amazing. very different. I will be checking back often, Andy. Great work!

  14. Crash says:

    that was bloody brilliant! good exposure on the photo …

  15. rcox says:

    Excellent shot – color, light, framing! And thanks for the technique info – can’t wait to try it when I get the chance.

  16. Sidney says:

    Wow ! Excellent ! Thanks for the explanation. Will try this in my little garden one of those days !

  17. pixibition says:

    wow..really awesome technique, i have to try it some day….this shit looks so surreal:-)

  18. Peter Hinson says:

    Wonderful clarity for the a long exposure.
    Good work!

  19. Jules says:

    Impressive light… Love that !

  20. you have a knack for painting keep it up

  21. Roger says:

    Wow, well done! I must try some time.

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