Friday, July 14, 2006

Jerry Day

There seem to be two types of photographers who venture out at night: astro-photographers and traditional night photographers. Jerry Day is one of the few people who do both. He recently updated his colorful night photography website Darksky Dreams.

(photo: Jerry Day)

An admitted follower of Troy Paiva's gel-lighting technique, Jerry lives in southern California and shoots the ghost towns and desert regions of the Southwest United States. He seems to have a particular fondness for shooting natural arches and bridges at night.

If you like Jerry's work of these natural SW features, you might also enjoy Lance Keimig's black-and-white work of Mono Lake, and William Lesch's amazing color work of Arizona and New Mexico.


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