Was very lucky to capture this dramatic sunset in London in March.
Hello World. This is my first post in the F Stopper's community.
I am a hobbyist photographer based near Bangkok and enjoy all genres, but Cityscapes was my first love.
This image is a bracketed long exposure of Chongnonsee Intersection, taken from the 58th floor of an office building located in the heart of Bangkok's business...
shot with DJI mavic pro, got lucky and had the moon and clouds nicely framed into the shot
Took this during a recent trip to Cape Town, South Africa. Woke up early for the sunrise and was not disappointed.
Fujifilm X-T20 + 18-55mm
I've done a few city shots which I love to do. I'm just looking for feedback on what I can improve etc. I use a Nikon D3300 35mm 1.8 50mm 1.8 and 18-55mm kit
Hope you will like it. It was a lot of work. Won two film award at the LA timelapse film festival. Cheers
Was out shooting with some friends and had some amazing skies at roll in after a tornado touched down over the mall earlier that day. What do you think?
In the moment after sunset people start to going back home after long day work. This is popular place for cityscape photographers to practice vertrorame technique for correct the building perspective that i shoot when sky painting top up view for one and after that i tilt down my camera for shooting car trails and blending all together in the...
Took this in a really sunny day.
Nikon D5300, 18-55mm.
No fancy gear but you have to love your own art not because of what you use to shoot it but because how much love you invest and put on it.
Exposure time 1/320 sec.
ISO speed ISO-100
Focal Length 22mm
I used a ND filter.
My shots from Tokyo and Osaka edited creatively in Photoshop. Check out my work on instagram: @neurosynapse
I took this picture a couple of days ago at Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan during sunset. Shot it with the Sony A7, the Sony 16-35mm f/4 lens and a tripod. If you're interested in how I shot it, I've got a full BTS video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRMkq6YEloE
It's a pretty touristy spot but there...
The beautiful Belfast castle. Set deep on the cave hill in Belfast is steeped in history. Take a wonder through the gardens and you will feel a peace like no other. I took this shot in late autumn last year and as I waited I could not help but wonder just what it secrets its walls would hide.
My region in Italy is also called the region of 100 villages. You can find medieval villages, or renaissance, castles and abbeys which appear more beautiful in the typical pink light of the sunsrises and sunsets. This is a sunrise
1st Shot: 6 seconds, ƒ11 ISO50 24mm
2nd Shot: 6 seconds ƒ11 ISO50 50mm
Winnipeg, Manitoba. Shot from the top level of the parking at The Forks.
A classic ballerina posing at the skyline of Rotterdam near Erasmus bridge.
hi all, first post in here, i visit Fstoppers daily, but ive never posted in the community. just got back from HK/Shanghai and got some (what i think) are amazing photos. looking for some feedback! thanks in advance for looking
check out more of my work on my IG: @nooneeverreallydies
Everything goes as planned and I get the images I want and then something happens and opportunity grants me a chance. I.. Like everyone else have an embarrassing number of the same old same old well lit time laps lighted saturated and whatever else you can get into a sunset cityscape. But this time I was gifted a foreground interest that I was...
Last friday I had the change to a be on a spot which isn't there for the public and it had this amazing view! What do you think?