Ice Cream Night

When I set up for this photo I had no intentions of having any people in the shot. I just wanted to get the sign and the building in the frame. I was all set up and waiting for a bunch of cars to go by so I could capture all the lights. These 3 girls walked up and where waiting for the light to change. I was making some adjustments and snapping a few pictures. The girl with the ice cream asked if I was snapping pictures of them, because they could pose. I laughed and said I was just interested in the sign. However, after l got home and looked at the test shots with the girls, I liked that one better than the one with the car lights. So as it turns out I guess I was taking their picture haha.

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Thanks for stopping by, Rob

PS: That’s my buddy Allen in the bottom left of the photo haha. He was shooting his own photo. Actually I ended up shooting a photo in that exact same spot with that ball of his on the rail. I’ll post that picture next.

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Neon

rob moses exif data canon 6d 28mm 1.8I love old neon signs on buildings. This particular one is quite wonderful. I love how this sign lights up the whole corner of the street. I shot this in Great Falls, Montana. The rest of the street was pretty dark and this little gem was a breath of fresh air in the dark night. 🙂

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The Roxy

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I LOVE old signs and buildings like this! Reminds me of old timey hollywood. This little movie theatre is hidden in a small ski town in British Columba, Canada called Revelstoke. I often pass through Revelstoke on my way to visit family in Vernon, BC. This summer my family and I decided to spend a day and night in the town and have a look around. Every time I have gone to Revelstoke I would look at this sign and think to myself, “I need to get a shot of that sign at night”. After everyone had gone to bed the night we spent in town, I grabbed my camera gear and headed out the door. The sign didn’t disappoint and the picture turned out exactly how I had imagined it would. 🙂

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Note: I used the Sony Fisheye Converter on a 16mm 2.8 prime for this shot.

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Modern Lights

I like when modern buildings have these kind of cool lights on them. Makes the city look futuristic 🙂

Blog Downtown Calgary building Canon fisheye 15mm night sky yyc alberta canada - Rob Moses Photography -Calgary Photographer Photographers Native American Famous Tlingit Ojibawa Top Popular Best Good Canadian Awesome LifestyleCamera: Canon 6D & 15mm 2.8 Fisheye ~ Settings: f/22 – 30 seconds – ISO 200

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