Rotterdam Skyline, The Netherlands, made during the workshop ‘City Lights’ I lead last June. We had a wonderful evening with great light. It would have been nice to have a bit of drama in the sky, but a clear skies prolonged the twilight and gave us plenty of time to do multiple exposures for panoramic shots. A big advantage however is that the twilight usually last a lot longer with clear skies giving us plenty of time to experiment and try out several different angles and compositions.
Rotterdam is a great city to do cityscapes like these. There are plenty of great venues and when the darkness sets in Rotterdam is lit up like a Christmas tree. The workshop participants did a great job in getting the most out of these conditions and although it was a long way home for some, they all sticked to the end. Great job everyone!
Canon EOS 5D Mark III + Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L II (best zoom-lens I’ve ever owned!) at 24mm, f/11, 91 seconds exposure at iso100, tripod, cable release, Lee ND6 hard grad