Lights of the City
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I have not done landscapes or HDR in a whilst, which I feel are the sort of photographs that I do very best. I have been experimenting with street photography which is quite well-known in Hong Kong, but I do not feel I’d be any excellent at it. I like the slow, steady set up of landscape photography – the waiting for a single moment of sunrise, sunset, blue sky or light trail and for all components in the frame to merge. I like composing a shot intricately, moving about for a distinct angle, a distinct view, a different composition.
On one more note, I will be leaving for Germany on Friday and will be spending four days in Munich and three days in Berlin. Any ideas will be very welcome indeed. I’m also deciding no matter whether or not to bring my tripod on the trip (or make do with a Gorrilapod) because I do want to capture some of the cityscapes in both Berlin and Munich. Any recommendations are quite welcome!
EDIT: 11/25/2009 – Cloned out the flares.
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