AlexandreDelPico
AlexandreDelPico

Old lyon



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5 Comments | Report
OliverBaumPhotography PRO
 
wonderful pov
willking_7520
 
willking_7520 Mar 01
Awesome Photo!
melissaknapp PRO
 
melissaknapp Mar 22
Beautiful
Garek PRO+
 
Garek Jun 09
Congrats, nice job!
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Mike_Halward Jun 18
great capture

Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo in the old quarter of my hometown Lyon in France which name is Saint-Jean.
Time
I went to this place by bike just before blue hour and it was raining. When I arrived the rain stopped :-)
Lighting
I like the way the cobblestones shine due to the recent rain
Equipment
I used a Canon 77D camera and a 10-18mm Canon lens. I took this photo with the widest angle (10mm) and with a tripod at its lowest position. Exposure time is 8s.
Inspiration
When a started photography I wanted to shoot all the beautiful spots of Lyon. Saint-Jean is one of them.
Editing
I shot this photo in raw and I edited it in Lightroom.
In my camera bag
I always have my Canon 77D and 3 lenses: Sigma 17-50mm + Canon 10-18mm and Canon 70-300mm. I also have a polarized filter and 2 ND filters (a Hoya ND 400 and a Nisi 1.5-5 variable ND filter).
Feedback
I think the key is to take several different photos by changing for example the tripod height.

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