Sule pagoda


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Sule pagoda is placed in the south of the city Yangon (Rangun) in Myanmar (Birmania). You also have available in my blog (sorry, only in Spanish) our adventures and misadventures through the city that we liked least of all our trip. Nonetheless, it has some interesting locations like this one ;) The picture is composed by 48 shots merged manually with Photoshop to create the car trails.
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La pagoda Sule se encuentra en el sur de la ciudad de Yangon (Rangún) en Myanmar (Birmania). Ya tenéis disponible en el blog nuestras aventuras y desventuras por la ciudad que menos nos gustó de todo el viaje. A pesar de todo, tiene unas cuantas localizaciones interesantes como esta ;) La foto está compuesta por 48 tomas unidas manualmente en Photoshop para crear las estelas de los coches.
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I took this photo in Yangon (Rangun), the capital of Myanmar (before called Birmania).
It was right before the sunrise. To take this shot I had to wake up at 4:40 a.m.
I didn't add any artificial light, I took advantage of the streetlights and also the lights from the cars that were on the road.
I used a Nikon D750 with a Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 VC plus a tripod.
This shot was planned in advance when I was researching for information about places to visit during my trip to Myanmar. Using Google Maps I saw that one of the best spots to take a shot of this beautiful pagoda was a bridge that crossed the avenue. It is great because you can stay right in the middle of the avenue, getting symmetry of the street and an elevated point of view to the pagoda.
Because of the hour it was taken, I had to merge 48 shots with Photoshop to get all of this car trails. Apart from that I followed my usual workflow with Photoshop + Luminar.
In my camera bag
During last years I moved from Nikon to Fujifilm and a few months ago I changed my stuff to Sony. Nowadays I have a Sony A7 III, a Tamron 17-28mm f2.8, a Sony 24-105mm f4, a Sony 35mm f1.8 and a Samyang 85mm f1.4. I also use LucrOit filters, Vanguard and Sirui tripods and a Manfrotto Manhattan Mover bag.
For this kind of shots it's much better if you can go after sunset, because there is more movement in the city and monuments are more likely to be illuminated. I was lucky because this is a very busy city with traffic at any hour, and in this case they didn't turn off the lights of the pagoda.

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