Santa Monica Pier Sunset

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    Canon 5DMKII + 24-70 f/2.8L, 3.2s at f/22, ISO 100.

    Many beginner photographers ask me how to take great night shots, so I thought I would share some simple tips for taking long exposures.

    Here is the link to the tutorial on my Google+: plus.google.com/mostlylisa

    Cicloquimico, ☩ D L Ennis, and 126 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. TARIQ HAMEED SULEMANI 31 months ago | reply

      beautiful composition

    2. Craig Pitchers 31 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous image...

    3. Col_Wright 31 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colour and fantastic detail.

    4. avis_gaius1956 31 months ago | reply

      beautiful reflection!

    5. Gordon D.S. 30 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for your super tips on night photography Lisa.
      This is a gorgeous picture.

    6. Aubrey Stoll 30 months ago | reply

      Nice work and great color tones and mood. Good caputre of the reflections and compositional balance. Just in passing, why did you use such a small aperture? Isn't diffraction and image softening a risk here?

    7. M i k e Y 30 months ago | reply

      Seen many pier shots at night but the ferris wheel and the reflections really make this jump out - very nice!

    8. AlpineZonePhotography [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

      beautiful work! fantastic color tones

    9. Ian P. Miller 30 months ago | reply

      Excellent color tones. Like the detailed reflections on the shore

    10. emylily 30 months ago | reply

      Wou, this is so beautiful!!

    11. sharad_2007 30 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colors!

    12. MARIO NARANJO MOLINA 29 months ago | reply

      Wow, fantastic color...

    13. FloxLuca 25 months ago | reply

      So beautiful!

    14. Chigrboy2012 20 months ago | reply

      That is pure awesomeness!

    15. tjshot 3 months ago | reply

      nice smooth tones!

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