I have decided to broaden my photography horizons and work with my ever present insomnia. But I don't believe I'm an insomniac since there are hours of the day I have no trouble sleeping. I still get my eight hours every night or morning. I would post the other photos I captured today as I went to Western Oklahoma to find an abandoned church but I'm excited to show you my first long exposure night photograh that I used a remote shutter and tripod with. No, it's not the stars, but it's a start.
ISO 400 50mm f/2.8 1/10th second
I love being able to learn new things. I may be awful at long exposure photography and I don't totally understand everything but I'm reading and I do want to work on this more. I think this will be amazing in the summer, right now it's a little chilly. So my remote shutter and camera settings- I feel like I did when I first got my rebel camera (a little clueless but impresssed with the technology).