Christmas on the Pecos — Part 4


Returning to the Pecos River Village

End of the Ride — Returning to the Pecos River Village

I’ve given tips before on how to photograph Christmas lights.  For a refresher, here are a few articles:

On today’s photo gallery/slide show, click on any image below to see the shot data for that photograph, which will include ISO, f-Stop, shutter speed, and focal length (in 35mm equivalent).  The camera used was a Canon G1 X with a 12 megapixel, 1.5-inch/38mm sensor. Images were taken in raw and post processed to compensate for low exposure, in many cases up two EV-2 (-2 f-Stops).  Additional tweaks included adjustments for lens (vignetting, distortion, color blur, etc.), and saturation.

Tv 1/40, Av f/2.8, ISO 800, F 28mm

Tv 1/40, Av f/2.8, ISO 800, FL 28mm

Below is today’s photo gallery.  Click on any image to enlarge and read the shot data.

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4 responses to “Christmas on the Pecos — Part 4

  1. karenwojcikberner

    Thanks for the tips. It is tricky to get good Christmas light photos. Hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday season and best wishes for a peaceful new year.

    • You’re most welcome, Karen. So glad I could help.

      And thank you for the holiday wishes. I’m hoping you have a very Merry Christmas, and a wonderful New Year as well.

  2. Tobi

    I really love all the lights. I have over 60 candles that I will light on Christmas, plus a menorah. Our tree has over 2500 tiny LED bulbs plus even smaller lights on all the plants inside. Nothing like doing it up right!!!

    Thanks, CJ (aka Tobi)