"Spokane Night Scenes, an exercise in night photography"
(©2007-2010 by John D. Moore, CPP)
For a READ-ONLY copy of the content for Mr. Moore's updated Spokane night photography workshop, it can be downloaded here. It is an Adobe Acrobat file, about a half MB in size.
Low light photography, a short commentary.
A short article prepared for low light shooters attending a Spokane Photography seminar sponsored by the Photographic Society of America. The shooters were preparing to shoot the 2010 Lilac Torchlight Parade, in Spokane, Wa.
Spokane Night Scenes photographer John D. Moore, CPP gives a night photography class for the Inland Outlook photo club,
in Liberty Lake. A printable PDF handout for this class is available for download. (Class handout PDF) 2.68MB . Class slideshow (FLASH PROGRAM)
"Tame the light, and you have tamed the Night"
Spokane Night Scenes photographer John D. Moore, CPP has prepared a PDF handout for download from the Spokane Night Scenes Website. The night photography handout was prepared for a Photographic Society of America (PSA) seminar and field trip in May 2010.
The Hillyard Hobo Newsletter
The Hillyard Hobo Newsletter features a series of Spokane Night Scenes, including a 2009 image of Hillyards Alaskan Lounge, on North Market Street.
Avista's Blog links to Spokane
Night Scenes images
City of Spokane, Parks Department
The City of Spokane, Parks Department will feature Spokane Night Scenes images by photographer John D. Moore, CPP. These images will be featured in the upcoming 2009 Spokane annual report.
Community Minded Enterprises
Spokane's Community Minded Enterprises has chosen photography from Spokane Night Scenes photographer John D. Moore, CPP. This use includes their online projects.
Spokane Night Scenes is a Corporate
Sponsor for Spokane's Unity in the Community event, August 15th 2009.
This a event will once again be held in Spokane's Riverfront Park. Stop by the Spokane Night Scenes Booth at this event and say hello!
National Geographic features a Spokane Night Scenes Image
National Geographic featured an image from Spokane Night Scenes photographer, John D. Moore, CPP. The photograph titled "A walk along the narrow path," was presented in the National
Geographic Landscape Gallery in May (also June, July, and August) 2008. National Geographic also used the photo as the basis for an online artistic puzzle on the National Geographic website.
Spokurban features Spokane Night Scenes
In the January 2008 issue of Spokurban, Spokane Night Scenes images were featured on the cover, and also internal pages. Editor Jeremy Bolton, has provided a PDF file download of the Spokane Night Scenes related pages. It is a PDF file, and the file size is approximately 10MB.