Signs: A Night at the Movies

I posted this on Monochromia a few days ago, though it occurred to me today that it was a perfect entry for Signs: the WordPress weekly photo challenge. Though the challenge ended a few days ago, better late than never.

Empty movie theater lobby

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Empty movie theater lobbyNikon D7000, 35mm f/1.8 lens, 1/250sec @ f/1.8, ISO 200

Still test driving my friend’s Nikon D7000, I couldn’t resist putting the camera through its paces when I walked by my local movie theater late one weekday evening. I was drawn to the nearly deserted lobby, and of course, all the lines, curves, and shadows and the brightly lit signs. I loved the possibilities this scene held for a black and white conversion. The result? More love for the D7000!

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13 thoughts on “Signs: A Night at the Movies

  1. That is a superb view and shot! I love how you captured the movie posters in the background. It reminds me of living in the Philippines. All around the city huge movie posters featuring popular entertainers from their country and other parts of Asia and Europe. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Great photo Stacy, I like that there are two levels to the photo not just vertically but depth wise with the photos inside on the top level, is multi-dimensional. Love it πŸ™‚

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