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Westminster Bridge - Light Trail

By Cristian
Long exposure on Westminster Bridge.

I had some fun with a colleague taking this image and testing out the 24-105L lens that I have just invested in.

Image Setting Details:

10 second exposure at F11, ISO 100 & 24mm focal length. On a tripod!

Welcome any comments.


Tags: London Big ben Long exposure Westminster bridge Traffic trails Landscape and travel Canon eos 50d Canon EF 24-105L Londong Night

Voters: Badgerfred, jennialexander, SHoldenPhotos and 10 more

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SHoldenPhotos 11 3 3 England
26 Mar 2011 3:10PM
Great light trails without overexposing the rest of the image. Nice work.

NH_Snap 10 24 Scotland
26 Mar 2011 3:16PM
Do I know that place? Smile
zapar40 11 66 5 Wales
26 Mar 2011 3:38PM
lovely capture.
Mark639 11 1 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2011 4:07PM
Great Shot, i really want to get down there and give a shot like this a go.
Sean_Dillon 12 2 2 England
26 Mar 2011 5:43PM
Super image, like it.
Cristian 16 950 1
26 Mar 2011 6:22PM
Thanks for the comments and interest.

Quote:Do I know that place?
You should as you were stood right next to me...

NH_Snap 10 24 Scotland
26 Mar 2011 8:58PM
See when you come to age these things happen more often... lol.
catann 10 4 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2011 11:46PM
i think its great, how you get the lines so straight? when i try this the lights from cars are always wonky! Smile
Cristian 16 950 1
27 Mar 2011 11:49PM

Quote:....... how you get the lines so straight? when i try this the lights from cars are always wonky!

Luck I guess, unless your road had loads of pot holes Wink

I did play with a few different exposure lengths from 10 to 20 seconds.

Jasper87 Plus
11 2.7k 158 England
4 Sep 2011 1:35PM
I was down there last Thursday trying similar things (but failing mostly) so I know how hard it is to get it right. Nicely composed. Would work well with a red bus as well (but you never get one when you want one Tongue). My other problem is trying to get a sharp clock face - suggestions on a postcard.......


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