Globetrottingturk
Globetrottingturk

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stephenchin
 
stephenchin September 25, 2016
Love the angle and composition!

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken in Singapore just outside the famous Marina Sands Bay Hotel.
Time
It was little after the sunset. I had no tripod with me so i had to set my camera on the railing and use timer in order to get the sharpest image possible despite the limitations.
Lighting
I think the lighting of bridge was really pretty and the colors of them changes every few seconds. I took multiple shots and the warm colors from the lighting of the bridge complimented the rest of the scene.
Equipment
I had a Canon 7D with the 17-40mm lens on it. No tripod or any other equipment, just a slight touch of improvisation.
Inspiration
As soon as I stood there looking at this beautiful for of architecture, I had to capture it in the most unique way possible within my photographic skills.
Editing
Not a lot of post processing was done to this image. Just increased the saturation on LR and applied a noise reducing filter.
In my camera bag
Let's just say that even though I pretty much continuously traveling, I definitely don't make it easy on myself. I always carry my Canon 5D Mark III along with Canon 16-35mm F4, Canon 70-200mm F2.8 II and my Manfrotto tripod which is already hard on anybody's back when hiking up mountains or walking long trails. On top of this I carry my Canon 24-70mm F2.8 when planning to shoot portraits.
Feedback
Don't let the limitations stop you from trying to take photos. When I took this photo, it was pretty dark and I didn't have a tripod with me but just by setting my camera on the railing near the bridge did the job for despite the danger of dropping my camera in the river.

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