March 14, 2012 10:16 pm
Life is a badly edited film. – Fernando Trueba
This was taken without using a tripod or cable release – just holding the camera open on B, on a guard rail on the Cook Strait ferry, has done the trick. The cloud is lit by moonlight, the lower part of the image must be the motorway the boat is running parallel to. We are close to docking. The undulations of the vessel, hardly perceptible onboard, show up in the apparent movement of the city lights. Steep hills are suggested by the absence of lights in some areas.
85mm, ISO 2000. 10 secs at f11. Incandescent light balance.
Posted by Barney Brewster
Categories: Night photography