Darkness in the City

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Daily Photo – Darkness in the City

Sometimes the art gets a little bit dark, yes?  These moods are kind of good and kind of fun… and productive in a few different ways.

I found this location through Stuck on Earth.  We have a Top 50 Secret Spots list in the app from my friend Thomas Hawk.  It got me a great shot looking in the other direction.  But then, I very simply turned around and saw this out the other window!

HDR Photo

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  • Anonymous

    Your night time shots are always so engaging Trey. You can almost fall into the area between the lights.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PRUZYIT5ASYXVXKFIVWVXFTL4U Susan

    Wonderful shot…..I love San Franciso at night – you captured it well!

  • Keith Moyer

    I love how the light reflects off of the clouds!  Definitely gives it a “dark” feel. 

  • Anonymous

    Thanks Keith :)

  • Anonymous

    Beautiful, Trey!!!  Have a great day!!

  • Tyler Amenson

    Wonderful shot as usual Trey!

     I have to admit though, I was a little disappointed with today’s post.  As you know doubt are aware, a number of sites are going dark today in opposition to the SOPA and PIPA legislation currently before congress.  As a staunch advocate of using the Internet to share ideas and express yourself, I expected to see at least some mention of this in your daily post.

  • http://www.graffitivisuals.com/ Bill Dodd

    Doesn’t feel dark to my mind’s eye.   The wonderful light and glow of the city, epic perspective, feels “alive” to me.  As if the city is an organism…

    Love your city shots.   http://www.stuckincustoms.com/2007/07/30/hong-kong-from-the-peak-on-a-summer-night/  Remains one of my favorites.

  • http://www.facebook.com/MrAndyBird Andy Bird

    Amazing – Where’s the bat-signal?

  • Stephen Clarke

    Another gorgeous photo… Love the depth of colour Trey!

    Re ‘Stuck on Earth’… Any plans to port that over to an Android tablet?

    I went the Asus Android tablet route primarily for following photography related reasons:
    1) in order to have a backup for my images while travelling2) I can review my photos on an IPS screen3) I can view Nikon NEF files
    4) there are two USB ports (iPad has none)5) I can connect an external hard drive (can’t do that on an iPad)6) memory is expandable -there are two SD card ports (sadly, you can’t add any additional memory to an iPad)
    7) less than a third of the price of an iPadThus far the only downside that I can find in that I can’t run ‘Stuck on Earth’!!!
    Gee..  I feel like I am missing out…Very sad…

    -Steve

  • Anonymous

    BTW, some script on this site is completely freezing my browser when running Firefox.  It’s just been there for the last 3-4 days.

  • http://twitter.com/TheBrianDeBelle Brian DeBelle

    You shoot some of the coolest photos Ive ever seen!

  • Bob Prangnell

    In what sense are these locations secret, if they are publicized in your app?

  • Anonymous

    Secret in the sense that it’s one of the only ways to find them! :)

  • Anonymous

    Secret in the sense that it’s one of the only ways to find them! :)

  • Anonymous

    Yes – android is in the plans…

  • Anonymous

    Yes – android is in the plans…

  • Anonymous

    I put it on my G+ for sure Tyler — I am opposed to SOPA / PIPA

  • Anonymous

    I put it on my G+ for sure Tyler — I am opposed to SOPA / PIPA

  • http://photoventures.wordpress.com/ Jeff Peterson

    Great photo, your night cityscape photos always look good.  I really like the sky in this one, something about it gives it a really cool mood.

  • Greg Thow

    Great stuff Trey… I just bought the Webinar Tutorial and am on lesson 4. After looking at the subjects for the rest of the classes I was disappointed that there wasnt much talk about evening HDRs.. yours turn out so great and mine look like where noise goes on vacation… is there anything in the forums discussing this? Exposure I’m guessing is key, but I haven’t been able to figure it out yet…Cheers,
    Greg

  • Stephen Clarke

    Great News!  

    thanks very much for the reply Trey.-Steve

  • Stephen Clarke

    Keep watching Greg, it is in there.  Specifically, Trey shows some evening and night photos and different tricks he has evolved in dealing with the inherent noise.  Money well spent.  You won’t regret it!!
    -Steve

  • Greg Thow

    Thanks Stephen! Appreciate it…

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