Light-up is conducted 8 nights a every winter.
So many tourists are there so very difficut and exhausted to get the best poition, but fruit is quite reasonable.
I used snow light filter and 1.4extender.
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Noel_Byrne (25748) 2014-01-27 1:15
This is just amazing, I have never seen a scene like this before! It is like every Christmas movie I have seen, but real! The lights here are amazing against the snow. I can imagine there are many, many tourists here but well worth the exhaustion for a result like this.
Thanks as always
Wanda1 (14982) 2014-01-27 1:21
A wonderful scene, like something from a children's story book. You had a good vantage point to be able to capture it. Good light management in this dark situation.
Kamilutka (8095) 2014-01-27 1:56
very pretty and intriguing night photo. The snow covering the wooden houses make them more charming and adds so much to the picture. I like the lights scattered about the village. Very good POv to show quite big part of it and nice framing.
Thanks for sharing
jhm (141297) 2014-01-27 2:00
This is really a wonderful picture with all the roofs with snow, and specially enlightenment.
Perfect perspective and depth picture.
Colours and sharpness be superb.
Lovely panorama view about these area.
Excellent composition, nice captured.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice week,
rigoletto (34269) 2014-01-27 2:14
hello takero. it is the first time i hear about a snow light filter. is it used to avoid overexposure of snow during long exposures? indeed looks like a great tool. however in istanbul, we never see so much snow, so i can just appreciate how you used it. superb vertical composition with excellent exposure and sharp stars. i feel like looking at a box of glittering treasure.
ManuMay (35859) 2014-01-27 2:30
A wonderful view!!
Superb light management and an optim point of view to cover this land, perfect exposure time and great play of lights and contrasts...a profesional performance...Great!!
Have a nice day...
Royaldevon (31331) 2014-01-27 2:41
I found myself studying this photograph for ages. There was so much to enjoy!
It reminds me of childhood, of storybooks and gingerbread houses.
I like how the houses and the lights lead us from the bottom r/h corner in a zig-zag motion across the frame, to enjoy every little detail.
The snow, like thick fondant icing, overlaid with interesting shadows, is particularly good.
Have a lovely day,
saxo042 (37594) 2014-01-27 2:50
The houses are well positioned in this picture and all the lights are very well captured. The shining "stars" along the diagonal is particularly good.
timecapturer (49288) 2014-01-27 4:01
this is wonderful. It looks so beautiful and Christmassy. The detail and clarity are just perfect and the effect mesmerising. A fairy tale image, presented imaginatively. Love it!
Have a good week - B.
Giustiniani (3418) 2014-01-27 5:25
quelle magnifique lumière sur ce beau village.L'atmosphère est magique, comme l'illustration d'un conte de Noël.
What a splendid light on this beautiful village. The atmosphere is magical, as an illustration of a Christmas story.
Thank you Takero.
Have a nice day.
emka (81900) 2014-01-27 6:05
Hi dear Takero,
The night winter shots from Shirakawago are gorgeous. Wonderful stars, fantastic colours and winter atmosphere. it would be perfect Christmas card.Probably not so nice with many tourists, but the result is stupendous.
Warm regrads Malgo
parvatibb (1387) 2014-01-27 12:35
Looks like a page from a story book. Very enchanted! I love the end result.
ngk (2413) 2014-01-27 12:49
Amazing shot. Fantastic light management and excellent atmosphere!!
PaulVDV (23037) 2014-01-27 19:35
What a beautiful village!
The picture is very suitable as a Christmas card.
Very atmospheric. Excellent composition.
Good light management.
Best regards, Paul
InasiaJones (31498) 2014-01-27 20:09
You are posting this photo three weeks too late, as it looks like the ultimate Japanese Christmas card!
This is such a charming place, and from your point of view, it almost looks like a miniature village in Legoland... :-p))
I appreciate the composition and the way you have framed this series of house, creating a trail of light among the other houses. Next time you go there, please call me, I want to visit this lovely village!
jjcordier (77488) 2014-01-27 22:36
Une nouvelle et étonnante image de ce beau village. Tu as su trouver le point de vue idéal pour le photographier.
RhodieIke (11742) 2014-01-28 0:55
This is amazing, the snow certainly adds to this super evening photo of theses fantastic houses, we can certainly see why the roofs are so steep.
Great Pov, and splendid management and presentation.
Trust you are not too cold.
Warm regards, Iain.
Gigidusud (17005) 2014-01-29 15:00
Hi dear Takero,
How are you?
Beautiful shot on the snowy village with great light management. I like a lot!
willperrett (7442) 2014-01-30 10:28
Magical shot from a high viewpoint: I thought I was looking at a Swiss chalet scene! Did you also use a starburst filter? I like this a lot.
drt100 (2053) 2014-01-31 5:12
Delightful, simply delightful. You are a true artist. Thank you always for sharing with us your work.
David Thomas - drt100
npecanhuk (67488) 2014-02-02 12:15
I love this one!
It's such a beautiful and very pleasant-looking picture!
Exposure, colors, sharpness, large vertical format, chosen pov and composition are all excellent!
It could be such a wonderful Xmas Card!
TFS - congrats,
photoray (12797) 2014-02-06 8:33
Attractive vertical winter night scene of Shirakawago, high roof tops surrounded in snow, with radiant l
lights. Beautiful blend of brown tones and snowy white.
TRB (13814) 2014-02-08 8:14
merhaba Dear Takero,
Japanese architecture and the night view of the card is very nice.
light image and excellent exposure.
I really like congratulations
have a good weekend
adores (38707) 2014-02-25 16:03
You have a good series of this place! Beautiful at night, so illuminated. I like the pov. Seems it's really worth waiting to see it.
- Copyright: Takero KAWABATA (bukitgolfb301) (36718)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2014-01-25
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon 5D Mark3, Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS USM
- Exposure: f/13.0, 30 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-01-27 1:05