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
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...
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
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?
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?
Here is a shot of some light trails taken near Liverpool Street Station in London and outside a neon sign advertising Sushi Samba which added some nice colours. Taken with Nikon D7000 and Sigma 10-20mm lens. 8 second exposure.
Taken on a nice cold winter night after peering over the water and into the heart of the city. Hope you guys enjoy!
Took this shot a few weeks ago of Downtown Nashville, TN. Aren't a lot of great cityscape options here, but I'll take what I can take!
I've taken multiple shots of this composition, but I personally love the mixture of the fading sunset creating a this cool white contrast next to the deepening blue hour.
Long exposure sunset looking back at lower Manhattan from the south side of Brooklyn Bridge Park.
One of my favorite and largest images - taken spontaneously.
10 vertical Nikon D810 frames taken from New Jersey one night with a 70-200mm vr 1.
I took this one at Canary Wharf in London. I was fortunate to be able to use a Tilt and Shift Lens for the first time!
I had a 85mm Nikon Tilt and Shift on a Nikon D810. The Nikons 36MP gave me loads of details from this photo and the Tilt and Shift helped reduce the perspective issues associated when photographing tall buildings.
A beginner with first camera, but managed to get this done after almost 10 tries. Comments please.
This photo was taken in downtown Chicago in Millennium Park of the chrome sculpture called "Cloud Gate". This was done with an exposure of 4 seconds, using f/16 on Velvia 50 film (back in the day when I shot positive film). I was taught how to do night cityscapes by a group of photographers from the Schaumberg Area Photographic Society. Great...
Can I have some CC on this photo? Are there any tips to make something like this better?
What feeling do you get looking at this photo?
An afternoon before Christmas, an incredible pink sunset, an ancient town in the fields. It was cold and one hour waiting for the right light with a tripod in the mud sometimes is a little akward but, it worth, definetely it worth. I love to bring with me the memory of my places.
Blending of three different shots
I'm sittin' on the dock of the bay
Watching the tide roll away
Ooo, I'm just sittin' on the dock of the bay
Wastin' time —Otis Redding
This idyllic boat scene was taken along a San Francisco pier, south of the Bay Bridge. It was a beautiful night!
© Ida Gamban 2017.
Hi Fstoppers! This my first post and I thought I'd share a classic view of the Golden Gate Bridge. This photo was created during the blue hour right after sunset, from the Marin Headlands. There are several great pullouts along that area, so if you're ever in the area, you can get closer shots of the bridge and San Francisco at different angles...
Took this over summer in Queens. This is one of my all time favorites as far as buildings go. I love the architecture and specifically how the building looks at night.
My take on an iconic view in Bordeaux.
Shot during the red moon eclipse.
The idea was to get rid of all the traffic and people in one long exposure shot.
My first post in this group. This bridge on the street called "Carrer del Bisbe" in Barcelona, Spain, It's located on the Gothic area of the city, Beautiful location to shoot in the morning. I hope you like it and I'm looking forward for your feedback.
Happy Holidays everybody!