On the nighttime road

Posted: November 28, 2015 in Photos, Travel
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Due to a late start and early sunset, we drove most of the way Wednesday in the dark.  The moon was spectacular.  This iPhone photo taken from the care doesn’t begin to do it justice, but I thought it didn’t turn out too badly.  It’s also one of my first photos attempting to use Hipstamatic.

copyright janet m. webb 2015

  1. prior2001 says:

    There is such an enchanted vibe to that photo –

    • The moon was huge and sharp, but the iPhone doesn’t do well at night. Hipstmatic helped get it better, but even thought it was still a bit fuzzy, it turned out pretty well. Glad you liked it.


  2. Dan Antion says:

    I like that. I love it when the moon lights up the clouds. Is Hipstamstic a photo processing app?

  3. I love learning something and I had never heard of Hipstamatic. Interesting app but won’t work on my Samsung. 🙂

  4. basildonkitchens says:

    I really enjoy using Hipstamatic. I just keep forgetting to use it. I love this light in this shot.

  5. Sabiscuit says:

    This is so beautiful. I love what you did during the editing process.

  6. Lovely – rather haunting. I look forward to see what else you can do with this app

  7. Joanne says:

    You’ve captured the moment – it’s fabulous! 🙂

  8. dyule2014 says:

    Sunset Moon Rise Wonderful Photograph’s Thank you

  9. Su Leslie says:

    I love this Janet. The combination of spontaneous shot and the app give it such an amazing impressionistic feel. I think I’m trying to say I feel it rather than just see it. 🙂

  10. Allan G. Smorra says:

    I love the ragged edge with this photo, Janet. It fits in with the night sky and makes the fuzziness of the photo look intentional. Hipstamatic has a learning curve to it, but I have found that is is quite educational and fun.

    • What? You don’t think the fuzziness is intentional, Allan? 🙂 Of course, it wasn’t, but I do really like the way it turned out. The way it looks was the way it felt to be out driving that night. I do wish I would have been able to get some sharp shots of the way the moon and clouds looked, but so it goes.


      • Allan G. Smorra says:

        “A craftsman avoids mistakes. An artist knows how to use them.”

        Good job, Janet. I do like your result.

  11. Enchanting photo … a wonderful capture.
    Isadora 😎

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