Krewe du Vieux number three.
Although there are still more pictures from a surprisingly good shoot, I think it’s time to move on. After all, I did manage to sneak in a second line parade in on Sunday. And, there are all sorts of Mardi Gras things hanging around the city. They need photographing too.
I may post one more image from Krewe du Vieux. It’s very experimental. I turned the whole thing into pure bokeh. It’s this gauzy, drifty thing. First, I have to find it.
How could I lose a picture in three days? In my self-defense, these pictures are very large files. It seems that Affinity, the software that I use for watermarking, can’t seem to open large file thumbnails if there are a lot of them. So, I have to sort of guess at the picture based on memory. My memory. Like that’s gonna happen.
So. Once I find it. It’ll be yours to view.
These pictures are simply walk, see, photograph. The Marigny, especially downriver, is fairly dark. The trick is to find some little pool of light to illuminate the subject just a bit. Doesn’t matter how much you can turn up your ISO, it’s still better to have some light than to try to see in the dark.