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Falling Out Of Night
Photo By Thomas Ryan

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Photographer: Thomas Ryan

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  • Title: Falling Out Of Night
  • State/Province/Region (required): Nebraska
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Town: Omaha, Nebraska
  • Description: capturing fall at night has been a "how would I best capture foilage at night bucket list photo-shoot". Well after many months of conceptulizing how best to capture the images during short daylight hours. I was over thinking the shoot. It was as simple as a rechareable 2 million watt spotlight to illuminate the tree and a fish-eye lens mounted on a tripod with a remot release. I had been thinking of using a generator bringing in my big lights and really blasting the area with light. That just wouldn't equate to the image I captured.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Gear: Canon 40D fish eye lens, tripod, remote release

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