Actually, this is a combination of 2 photos taken on the same day but of different time. I took these on the 4th June 05 while visiting a friend's vacent apartment. This apartment is situated in Desa Petaling and over looking the lake and Bandar Tasik Selatan train stations.
The struture in front of the lake are 3 train stations inter-connected. KTM commuter station that serves inter city, Rapid KL light rail transit with stations along the way to Kuala Lumpur and KLIA Rail Link from KL Sentral to Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Behind the stations are the commercial and residential area of Bandar Tasik Selatan.
The first photo was taken at 3:32PM. The sun was shiny and provide some good lighting.
ISO = 100
F-Stop = 7.1
Shuttle Speed = 1/640 seconds handheld.
Second photo was taken at around 7:38PM. I like the lighting at this hour as it provides some bluish sky. Lights were on and you could see the heavy traffic coming on the right hand side towards KL city.
ISO = 200
F-Stop = 6.3
Shuttle Speed = 2 seconds with tripod.
Both photos were cropped to match and adjusted brightness and contrast.
Have you like the comparison of these photos.
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jinju (14265) 2005-08-11 5:27
This is a good idea, we can really see a dramatic change in the conditions and the appearence of the city in just a few hours. Both photos are very well done. I would however not write anything on the photo itself.
Rushabh (389) 2005-08-21 13:40
Chai, it looks pretty good. Hope you could post a night scene of the same photo!
nels (2619) 2005-08-25 16:01
hi chai unusal picture works well good composition
annagrace (2467) 2005-09-26 22:02
Both are lovely photos, I like the lighting and POV. What a nice place!
P.S. Love your pic on the intro page, LOL!
rahul__rahul__ (2250) 2006-07-24 10:44
interesting picture, I like the colors and it is sharp, this is an interesting idea, perhaps the font used to write could be a bit less distracting IMO
chinvinsen (21) 2009-02-04 5:40
Interesting comparison. Good colours for both. Well balanced in their own right. Makes the lake look so natural, like at the edge of undisturbed wetlands.... but I know what's down there... ;)