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nadimpr

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Trip Report
« on: May 03, 2017, 11:39:38 AM »
After the show, there was time to explore and photograph Las Vegas and the surrounding landscapes of Nevada. I brought my tripod to take very long exposures of the traffic pulsing through the strip. Las Vegas is a city of perpetual motion and I wanted to capture this movement in a still photograph. This image was captured with an exposure time of several minutes.


The next morning was time to capture the golden light of sunrise. The time of day one shoots at can make all the difference. Not only was the area very quiet, but the light had that magical quality. With no wind to disturb the reflection, the castle was reflected nicely in a man-made reflecting pool. To ensure proper depth of field, the shot was taken at f8. This kept everything sharp from near to far.

Source: https://www.nyip.edu/photo-articles/archive/trip-report