Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

An Impassioned Plea For Art’s Sake

Venus and car light streaks

Hello, my name is Kevin Adams, and I’m addicted to layers. There, I said it. Yes, I use Photoshop. And Photoshop layers. I even—gasp—shoot and stack multiple exposures for some of my images. Now that I’ve admitted committing such a crime, I don’t expect anyone to look at my images ever again without suspicion. How could Read more... you know you want to.

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Night Photos-Car Light Streaks

Car light streaks on divided highway

The images on the “Night Photos” pages are selected from blog posts, but these pages include only a sampling of the relevant images. If you want to see all of the content for a certain topic, use the blog’s “Search” feature.

Sunday, May 19th, 2013

Saying Goodbye To Old Friends & Exploring New Frontiers

Orionid Meteor-Big Dipper-Venus-Blue Ridge Parkway-North Carolina

Note: I shot every image in this post from the same location. In this recent galactic post, I talked about exploring those “one of these days” places that we all drive by on the way to somewhere else. Well, now I want to talk a little bit about those “somewhere else” places that we’re always on Read more... you know you want to.

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Nightly Image – Streaking on The Loop

Car light streaks in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Nightly Night Photo – Foggy Car Light Streaks

Foggy night view of road in Asheville, North Carolina

I need a bumper sticker that says, “I brake for overpasses.” When I’m shooting in a city, overpasses are my friends. They give me an elevated view not only of the highway, but often, also of the city skyline. So when I scout a city for good photo ops, I try to locate as many bridges Read more... you know you want to.

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Nightly Night Photo – Car Light Streaks

Car light streaks on divided highway

These kinds of photos are crazy easy to shoot. Just find an overpass over a divided highway and use a wide-angle lens to accentuate the convergence effect. The key is finding the right overpass and photographing at the right time. You want something interesting on the horizon, like mountains, a city skyline, or most anything that Read more... you know you want to.