Have you been using the advice in the Adorama Learning Center's month-long focus on low-light photography? Show us what you got!
To celebrate our March focus on low-light photography, here's a chance to step out of the shadows and illuminate us with great examples of your low-light photos. Post a link to an online low-light photo in the comments section below, or post the photo on the Adorama Facebook page. I will select a representative handful of outstanding examples and post them in an upcoming blog post.
Low-light photo: Amusement park, Orlando, Florida. Leica M9, ISO 1000, 35mm Summicron lens, 1/30 sec at f/5.6. Photo by Mason Resnick
The only requirement is the photo is shot in natural light, with no flash. Color or B&W is fine. Please include camera, lens, exposure info and ISO setting, and whether or not the photo was handheld.
The limit is one entry per person, so make it your best!
Also, if you have a blog, web site or photo sharing page that shows more of your work, we'll be happy to include that in the caption information, so others can explore and enjoy more of your work!
There's no compensation, but here's a chance to bask in the glory of your fellow photographers' attention!
The small print: Entering the photo link in the comments section or posting on Adorama's Facebook page implies that you are giving us permission to use your photo in an ALC article or blog post. Submission also implies that the photograph us your own original material. You retain all rights to whatever photo you submit in response to this post.