Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by mdcrisp2000, Nov 23, 2008.
It was cold and windy and my tripod broke, but it was worth it!
And my personal favourite:
It was worth being out in the cold-cold night! I like these! I have never seen Buckingham Palace without masses of tourists around, so this is a first for me! And I don't recall any night photo of St. Paul's Cathedral, either. So thanks for venturing out into the cold for these and for showing us! I like them!
There were still a fair few people around the palace, but 13 seconds is long enough for them to disappear, thankfully.
And St Paul's is beautiful at night. I would have taken more photos, but I was with another person and he was getting restless and cold, so I had to move on quickly. Next time I'm going by myself!
I agree, London Eye photo is the pick of the bunch, how long was the exposure?
The composition of #1 is good, but for me the glare spoils it somewhat.
(Yesterday was absolutely freezing in London actually!)
Yeah, yesterday was unbelievably freezing! I'll wear an extra few layers next time.
The eye shot was 30 seconds at f13. I'd love for it to have still been moving... ND filter and a few minutes of exposure make it look awesome!
As for the glare, I'm gonna have a go at cloning it out. I think it has something to do with my cheap UV filter (and maybe the odd fingerprint :blushing
YOUR personal favorite is MY personal favorite! Great job!
lovely shots, you're making me miss the place! can't wait to be back on the 5th
really like the bridge one and the wheel one. very nice! great job.
Thanks very much everyone!
Here's one last one from that night and one from about a month ago in exactly the same spot (cool place!):
Makes me want to go to London
Thought I'd bump this rather than make a whole new thread. Only this time it was a very cold afternoon in London...
Thanks for looking!
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