G is for Green Lantern Hal Jordan
Hal Jordan, a hot-shot test pilot, is perhaps the best-known member of the Green Lantern Corps, an intergalactic police force. His powerful green lantern provides energy to his power ring, which enables him to create green, solid-light constructs to aid in his duties.
This 6 inch figure was produced by DC Direct in 2000.
Part of my Letter Of The Law series.
This image is straight out of the camera: no tweaking, no color processing, no cropping, no nothing. The light effect was achieved using small LEDs.
Submitted to the Flickr group 7 Days of Shooting.
It's Yours For Free
Would you like to use this photo on your blog, news website, presentation, or other project? All of the photos here are licensed for free use under a Creative Commons attribution license as long as you credit me, JD Hancock. Really!
Ready to use this photo for free?
This photo was taken in my kitchen using some pretty simple Gear. You might be surprised to discover how low-tech my "photography studio" really is.
This photo was posted to Flickr on 18 March 2010. The last time I checked, it had 10,809 views on Flickr.
The media type of this image is "photo." The original file type was "jpg." The photo's dimensions are 1024 x 681, giving it landscape orientation.
Unless otherwise noted, the image was created by me, JD Hancock.
Green Lantern is the name given to numerous superheroes in comic books published by DC Comics. Alan Scott, the first Green Lantern, was created by Bill Finger and Martin Nodell and premiered in All-American Comics #16 in 1940. Each Green Lantern is armed with a power ring that projects solid-light constructs limited only by the wearer’s imagination and willpower. Except for Alan Scott, Green Lanterns are specially selected members of the Green Lantern Corps, an intergalactic police force. Notable Green Lanterns of Earth include Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, and Kyle Rayner. Throughout their history Green Lanterns have often been members of the various incarnations of the Justice Society and Justice League with fellow superheroes such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and others. The Green Lanterns have appeared in numerous TV series, including Green Lantern: The Animated Series (2011), and the film Green Lantern (2011).
G is for Green Lantern Hal Jordan by JD Hancock is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available.