Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Green Mubazzarah by night

I love to go to Green Mubazzarah not only to see the sunset or visit early in the morning to catch the mesmerizing beauty of the sunrise but also to practice long exposure photography at night. Seeing the lamp posts all lit up excites me, giving me a certain feeling of happiness. Over the last year, I've become more interested with long exposure photography though I have such limited time to practice since I am on a perennial night shift.

This photo was taken sometime in September 2011 with the following settings: manual mode, TV 25 seconds, f/16, ISO 100, focal length of 42 mm and camera mounted on a tripod. The image isn't stunning but good enough to make me happy. Long way to go to get some stunning shots, which reminds me to visit this coming weekend to practice for the nth time.

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  1. Great work!! You just taught me something about night photography. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  2. Superb capture, Misalyn!! It does indeed look like a fairy tale! Hope your week is off to a good start!

  3. Great pic. My OWT pics are up too.

  4. Excellent job you got here...keep it up.

  5. oh, this is such a beautiful work and shot Misalyn. you are inspiring me to be out at night.


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