I was having a dinner on Sierra Restaurant at Dago Pakar Bandung, Indonesia. From this restaurant, we can see a nice view of Bandung City. The best time to get the best view is during sunset because we can see how the city turn on their light. Also, we can see how the sky will change its color several times. This time I was playing with slow shutter speed on my camera Canon EOS 40D. I pressed the shutter button, then I shake my camera. Below are several results.
This is the easiest one. Those light look like rain drops.
This one, those light look like a fire.
This time, those light look like flying birds.
This is L series.
This is C series.
In this shoot, I close my window and turn on my living room lamp. Then I shoot my balcony view thru my closed window. Using flash light, the result was interesting. The reflection of my living room lamp was appeared in the picture. Like it. Have a try. 🙂
This picture I took during Nikon photography competition. I am not using Nikon, but Canon. Therefore I am not part in the competition. This model won’t look at me. I shot from a far. I am using Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens on my Canon EOS 40D. They put side continuous light on the left. We can notice it from the shadow at background.
This Nikon Lady I took using my Canon EOS 40D and Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens. I choose to use low saturation in this picture. For lighting, they use side continuous light. We can notice from the shadow. I am using Canon, so I took the photo far away from other Nikonians. Not so far, but a bit far :-). Therefore, Zoom Lens is useful for this shot.
This time I got lucky. This Starlite Lady was looking at me when I took her photo. I don’t use any Starlite product. And, to be honest I don’t know what kind of product Starlite is. 😀 I took this model without flash; Only use available continuous light.
I don’t why this Starlite Lady is still looking at me. So I shoot her again using my Canon EOS 40D and Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens. The lighting setup was using available continuous light.
Again with Nikon Lady. This time she pose gecko style on the wall. This is common pose when model stand near wall. Lighting setup is using left side continuous light. I used my Canon EOS 40D and Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens.