On my way to work one day, I was crossing Knibbels bridge (a bridge in the middle of Copenhagen) at the same time as the sun was setting over the city, luckily I had my camera in my backpack.

I made a quick stop on the middle of the bridge, went over to the railing, where I sat down my camera to make 7 exposures for a HDR photo. But there where to many cars crossing the bridge, which made the bridge – and the camera – shake every time. So I decided to make some shoots hand-held instead.

I measured the light close to the sun – in spot mode of course – to get the right mood of the sunset. the photo is a stitch of 3 shoots with a 35mm lens. All post work is done in Photoshop and Lightroom.