Manipulating shadows and tonality is like writing music or poems.
My neighborhood was blanketed with a thick layer of fog the other night, and as I stepped outside to get a breath of fresh air around midnight, the cool moist air enveloped me like a wet sweater.
When I looked down the side walk, I saw some car headlights piercing the atmosphere and shining a otherworldly light right at me. So I grabbed a camera, put it on a tripod and although the lights were only on for a couple of minutes, I was able to make the header image before someone turned them off.
I spent the next hour and a half out on the sidewalk making the images below. It was dead quiet and still, aside from an occasional sound of dripping water from the rain that had poured down an hour before.
porch light – 2016
up light – 2016
back steps – 2016
Canon 5Ds w/ Zeiss 100mm Milvus