Posts from the ‘Shot of the Day’ Category

13
Mar

Shot of the Day #17

The Brussels “Hôtel de Ville”  Town Hall, Belgium. Stands tall over the city square and the bustling cafes and restaurants. This photograph is a stitch of two photos, the Town Hall is so tall my 18mm lens couldn’t even capture it in a single shot, and that’s the reason for all the lens distortion, without a tripod attempting a multiple image stitch would be very challenging in this slow shutter speed situation, so I opted for the distortion.

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Brussels "Hôtel de Ville" Town Hall, Belgium

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9
Mar

Shot of the Day #16

The Melbourne Cricket Ground the home of Australian Rules Football and the largest Stadium in the whole of Australia, it also holds the world record for tallest light towers at a sporting venue! This photograph is actually multiple photos stitched together to form the panorama.

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The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) - Melbourne, Australia

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8
Mar

Shot of the Day #15

This is another angle of the Petronas Towers looking up, and the other building next to it which is a little annoying because it makes the twin towers look not so huge, but they’re still massive! To photograph from this angle I had to lie down on the ground and look up at my camera sitting on the tripod and guess the composition, fortunately with digital you can just fire away not worry about wasting film.

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Petronas Towers - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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4
Mar

Shot of the Day #13

Here is more long exposure night photography, I really like these long shutter speeds and the streaming car lights :P

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Urban lights - Melbourne

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