This what a bus looks like in Copenhagen….
- Aperture: ƒ/1.8
- Camera: NIKON D800
- Taken: 6 May, 2012
- Focal length: 85mm
- ISO: 100
- Location: 55° 41.1989′ 0″ N 12° 32.943′ 0″ E
- Shutter speed: 1/3200s
My second day in the Dolomites, Just got access to some WiFi, and let me tell you, it is properly the slowest internet connection I have had for many, many years, it adds a whole new meaning to the idea of posting a new photo each day, when it takes a hole day to post the photo…….
But I wont let you down, without a fight……. I hope.[EDIT]
I actually had a before and after image comparison for this post, but wasn’t able to post it, due to the bad internet connection, but here you go. Enjoy
When I was in New York (in 2011) I had this vision of making a photo of a street filed with yellow taxi cabs.
This is pretty close to the vision I had, two rows of taxis. And I’m more the happy with the way it turned out.
It’s a hand-held HDR made while I was crossing the pedestrian crossing, the lens is the Nikkor 14-24mm at 14, the ideal focal length would have been 24mm and the a bit more distance to the cars, but that wasn’t possible in the current situation.
Heres a before and after comparison for your enjoyment.
Just arrived in Provo, Utah in the States, and I’m afraid the next 10 days are gonna be a bit on the loose side blog posting wise.
Because I’m gonna be out making photos most of the time.
There will be a new photo for each day, just not that much text.
Because I was in Cambodia in the dry season, I was able to walk the streets of Kampong Phulk, this street is normally a river and the city is a floating city.
And that is why the houses in the background are placed on these wooden poles.
I was standing here getting ready to make a photo down this empty street in Marrakech, Morocco, when this guy came driving, I was gonna let him pass, but he – of course – thought that I was there to making a photo of him, so he put his hand up in front of he’s face. And I just couldn’t resist make the photo, because I like the contrast between him covering his face and the little girl who just didn’t take any notice of me.
What do you think? Did I cross the line, by publishing a photo of a man who clearly didn’t what his photo taken.