Summer light in the residential side of The French Quarter.

Even though this is an archive image, I’m pretty sure that I could go to the Quarter this evening, or any other evening prior to the heavy rainy season, and make just about the same picture.

That’s part of my inability to want to work in the swamp. I’ve photographed so much that it seems like I’m retracing my steps. I try to move forward. Not back. I didn’t even go to Tee-Eva’s second line. There were a couple of reasons for that. Chiefly, what I think was the 24 hour flu, since I wasn’t the only one who had it. But, after looking at the few pictures on various social media sites, it was not a big or long second line. The usual suspects where there. To my eye, the pictures looked like every other second line.

Anyway.

I’ll get over this eventually.

Yeah. I say that now.

 

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9 Replies to “June Light”

      1. I don’t shoot very many event these days. the only things are second lines and Indian events. Even with those I try to tighten the frame so the light doesn’t matter, or I work into the sun which changes the subjects dramatically.

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  1. Tim, it does a couple of things. If you use a wide lens you’ll get natural star bursts. And, depending on the angle of the subject (s) to the sun, you’ll get some wonderful rim light.

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