I was leaving the office on a snowy, dark late afternoon when I spotted this person walking down the alley. I had time for only a few frames before the figure turned down the street and disappeared.
A tighter crop to get rid of the fence just did not look right, so that is why I left the fence in the picture.
moment before sunset in frint of HMS Warior in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The ship is never used in real war dueto the outdated technology whne the ship is finished. The burning red colour of the sky give another chance for the ship to light up the sky with its 68 pounder gun.
I made two photo's last week of the Toronto skyline. Which one is better do you think?
On my days of from work i like to shooting the incredible lights of the streets of Chicago .
Shot this during my trip 2 weeks ago off my balcony in Manila, Philippines.
D850 and Sigma 14-24 2.8.
Shot at ISO100, f/8, 19mm, 30 seconds.
CC is always welcome!
When the opportunity presents itself to get to Chicago I always go for locations to photograph the skyline.
Took this on Saturday. Was a off and on rainy day in Seattle. Went to Gasworks Park in Seattle and captured this. Liked this old rusty pipe on the beach with the moody city in the background.
I took this shot with my Sony a7rii and a rokinon 24mm lens. any cc more than welcome.
Pano taken with the stock 70-300 kit lens, 220mm. F/8, ISO-100 at 15 seconds.
On the D5600, 24mm crops to 36mm, F/9, ISO-100, 8 seconds, 3 shots blended to bring out the blue hour, building and light trails. I will be cutting out the cranes you can kind of see when I print this. And for fun Iv added the cell phone photo of me taking the photos lol.