During the holidays, my friend Brandon and I checked out Candy Cane Lane—a name that refers to more than one location where houses on specific streets are decked out in holiday extravaganza. These little pockets are usually located in the suburbs. This year, we visited Pine Street in Orange, CA.
Each house on the block was a work of art—electronic mannequins dancing to holiday music, flatscreen TVs playing Elf on a porch, and life-size angel emojis singing a Christmas carol were some of the things we found on Pine Street's Candy Cane Lane.
To be quite honest, night photography is not my forte, even more so when it comes to Christmas lights. While I do love bokeh (blurred lights), lights in full clarity do not elicit as much excitement for me.
So to spice up my photos, I layered bokeh from one photo onto some of my other photos.