A late-night walk, the odd placement of a random object, and a camera that can see in the dark.
In the old days of film photography, it was technically challenging to pull off any kind of night shot. When I had the free time to try, the cost of materials was nearly out of my reach.
A digital camera is like an everlasting gobstopper compared to any film camera.
The state of the art in mobile phone cameras is another summit conquered. One’s phone is always there and available for the task. Not just to capture the picture, but to immediately publish to a global audience.
The enhancement of the craft supports the creation of the art. Being able to see the world in this different light is a revelation.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.