Magnificent Mirror Symmetry of Long Exposures in Japan - My Modern Metropolis

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan

Japanese photographer Shinichi Higashi takes great long exposure shots of Tokyo and its urban architecture. The result is a series of “Graffiti of Speed ​​/ Mirror Symmetry” with talent that uses replication and symmetry to discover more.

Michael Penn - Philadelphia 471   In this photo the aperture was low to create a depth of field. It has a bokah effect where the background is blury, creating a sharp, focused effect on the phone. The shutter speed I imagine was on a low setting, capturing the movement in the background therefore inhancing the stillness and mystery of the abandoned phone.

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Philadelphia 471 by Michael Penn Street Photography - This is a great image because of the contrast between the dangling phone and the blurred people in the background. It seems ironic that the phone is still and not swinging while the rest of the image i

Long exposure photography! Beauty!

Bangkok Traffic by mark burban (snapmole) © . now this one you got to love, fantastic colorful long exposure light trails .

Resting the camera on the dashboard of the car to keep it relatively stable would be a good approach. Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. This will have to be experimental as far as shutter speeds and exposure are concerned. Obviously night time would work best if I am going to record light streaks. The camera pointing at back seat and kids with blur outside?

Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. Obviously night time would work best to record light streaks.

Eugene- I walk out of my apartment and there she is, i stop in my tracks, water splashing everywhere. Her eyes a bright purple shining.... "Meg?" I ask, someone walks by and meg disappears... (SHES BACK!!)

splashing barefoot in rain puddles.one of my favorite things to do in the summer rain

A red double-decker bus passing in front of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben on Westminster Bridge in London via flickr

Tripod Photography - A red double-decker bus passing in front of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben on Westminster Bridge. Another example of photography using a tripod.


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