No, this won’t be the final chapter. These are just the last of the photos I have already taken, using my new low-light-long-shutter-opening-wiggling-the-camera-around-like-a-maniac-and-trying-to-make-art-technique.
These are photos I took from the mountain overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
You can see the city of Oakland in that one… not enough wiggling.
I am still trying to decide if it is better with the regular lens or the zoom, and the best distance from the light I should be, and how dark is the optimal level of darkness.
I like this because you never know what you are going to get.
But it is guaranteed to be interesting.
So every now and then, when I am back in San Diego, I will try doing this again.
And I will only try to show you the best ones, not the ones where I am still learning how to do it.
Maybe there is even some fun digital effects to use on these to make them even better… hmmmmm…
I do have other things to share.
But I have to drive back to San Diego tomorrow.
So we will see what happens.
I sort of like that you can see the bay reflecting the sunset in that one.
Okay, see you soon!