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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Midnight -- the cusp between one day and the next.  It doesn't get more symmetrical than that.  To make this shot even simpler, I used a hand-held camera and lit the scene with a small LED flashlight.  LED light has a blue tint, which contrasted nicely against the red clock. The blue color also implies nighttime as the time of day.  Nikon D700 and 60mm macro wide open at f/2.8.  ISO was increased to 400 due to the low light level.  Simple as this shot is, there is still a lot of story-telling drama in it.

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