Studs on the ground lead down to the traffic lights on the South Mall, Cork.
In this long exposure shot a couple of cars passed by providing a nice light trail in the background. The twinkling of the street lighting is from the narrow aperture. Setting the aperture as small as possible is definitely the best thing you can do when making long exposure shots at night.
This was taken while out with Mallow Camera Club last December. More to come from that night too!
|Camera||Canon EOS 20D|
5 replies on “Leading lines and bright lights”
D.so has posted a comment:
I miss Cork! I wanna come back there 🙁
nicely done. your blog looks OK on the PSP.
Traces in the Sand has posted a comment:
Very cool shot!! Everything looks great on this long exposure, nice work.
frenchsvilla has posted a comment:
great stuff, love the foreground as it splays off into the reast of the shot drawing you eye upward