|Copyright: Lori Cannon (LCannon)
|Date Taken: 2003-06|
|Camera: Vivitar-vivicam 3715|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-01-01 11:50|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I took this photo during the electrical parade at Disneyland's California Adventure park. This was the first photo I'd ever taken in the dark, so I had no idea how to make it better, or even how to shoot it. I was surprised to see how clearly the "smoke" from his nostrils showed up.|
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Not bad at all! To make good night photos we should all use a tripod... It sure helps to have the camera steady in the long exposures that are needed for the night shots, though I know that at Disney's parades is almost impossible to use a tripod, there's always so many people there to block our view :-) So, in such situations there's nothing like steady hands & holding our breath until we take the photo. If you want to learn how to take night photos, you can experiment even in your house, using a candle or something like that. Good luck.
This is wonderful for your first night shot. I have to admit I have not been successful with night shooting at all. Even with a tripod. Am studying how to do it. I love this photo and the smoke from the dragon. Congrats!....:O)
Splendid this dragon! Do you have mine too? I'm a sssssnake :o) I like this light style! It's beautifull...
- [2005-01-03 6:00]
Fine idea. I saw such a dragon in Paris Eurodisneyland too. Well done.