Last Friday it was raining a lot in Shanghai. In the morning I had made a reservation to a restaurant by the river (this area is called by tourists "The Bund")and asked for an outside table, for at that time it was a bright and hot day. Later on I had to call again just to make sure they get me an indoors one.
But I took my camera anyway, and stood at the terrace for a while waiting for a lightning to come...I got wet, but I finally got the picture with it. Unfortunately, the other side of the river (called "Pudong") didn't get as sharp as I wanted....One can't have all at the same time. Maybe one day I'll learn how to join a better, sharper picture (I took some) with the lightning one..or improve my shooting at night.
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Amos (676) 2004-05-23 0:40
It would have been a nice shot, but unfortunately a lot of shake and over exposed.Next time bring your tri/mono pot or you can try any support/pedestal to put your camera on.
dominique (11414) 2004-05-23 3:07
Imagine the photograph with a trepied and a good exposure time and the photograph would have was perfect, it is thus necessary not to move, framing is rather good like idea, with the next storm can be.
- Copyright: suely mello (smello) (69)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-05-21
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: SONY DSC-S75
- Exposure: f/2.1, 1 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): the lightning and storm, TV Towers [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-05-22 22:02