With a little bit of “I don’t care”-attitude and a slight tilting of your head, this photo is perfectly leveled.
Another entry for Lucile’s photo rehab.
Nights – my favorite time of photographing. I love long exposures. Tonight I’m sharing this night photo for Paula’s Thursday Challenge.
I shot this one (technically speaking it’s these four shots) in Terceira, Açores. Angra do Heroísmo, locally referred to as Angra, is a municipality and city on the island of Terceira, within the Portuguese autonomous region of the Azores.
- Check out other photos in Paula’s post: https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2015/04/09/thursdays-special-panorama
- More stuff from the Açores in the blog: https://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/acores/
I just posted a photo for the Weekly Photo Challenge theme ‘renewal’ earlier tonight, but in the spirit of the challenge I went and ‘renewed myself’ by taking some fresh shots. I’ve taken multiple light trail shots of the train earlier, but this time I tried out a new, elevated angle.
What images does Renewal conjure for you? Get creative. Think beyond the usual images (a sunrise, a birth). – Cheri Lucas, WordPress
Here’s two of them, fresh out of the camera:
Renewal in other blogs:
Captured these trains passing by the other night.
I like shooting long-exposure photos and capture light trails like this. The autumn has started and this is the perfect season for this kind of photography, because I don’t have to stay up all night (or get up in the middle of the night) in order to catch the perfect light (or shall I say darkness?) conditions.
I guess the title pretty much describes it all?