Sunday, September 13, 2015

Lightning Bug Review - Fireworks over New England

Over the past year, I have had the opportunity to test and review the Lightning Bug made by MK Controls.   This interesting device detects infrared light a split second before fireworks and lightning are visible to the human eye.   This control allows you to make images that you might otherwise miss.   You can read my entire review and see more images on the Hunt's blog here:

The image accompanying this blog post was made with the Lightning Bug in June at the Lobster Boat Races in Bass Harbor, ME.   We will be visiting Bass Harbor during my upcoming photo tour of Acadia National Park.   Bass Harbor is a classic working fishing village in Downeast Maine.   We will make many beautiful images of lobster boats and the surrounding scenery.   In addition to Bass Harbor, we will photograph all of the highlights of Acadia and a few off the beaten path locations.   This three day tour is from October 16-18, 2015.   The price for the tour includes lodging, photo instruction and ground transportation from the South Shore Science Center in Norwell, MA.  All of that is included for only $375!    To sign up, please call the South Shore Science Center at 781 659 2559.


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