Oct 20, 2011

Light Trail

What's up guys. Last Wednesday night, I was out in KL doing a photography assignment on traffic light trails. That night was drizzling and I didn't bring an umbrella or jacket. Some of the locations I went was Merdeka Square, Pavilion,and P.Ramlee Street.I worked and stood in the rain from 8pm till 11pm. After work is done, I went straight to Don's Char Kuew Tiow to have a round drinks with Taka-San and Alif Botak. Check out the shots yourself. Enjoy :)

Things you need
1.A DSLR Camera
3.Remote release
4.A busy street

How to do it
1.Find a busy street and go to that location at night. Set up the tripod at the desired angle.
2.Set the camera to the lowest possible ISO and set the aperture one stop from the smallest aperture (f16 or f22 depending on the camera).
3.Set the shutter speed to a suitable speed, experiment with different speeds e.g. 20, 30, 45, 60 sec.
4.Shoot during continuous traffic flow comes. Shoot using a remote release. If you don't have one, use the the timer. Its practically the same function.
5.Get creative!

Two white cups and I got that drink
Could be purple, it could be pink
Depending on how you mix that shit
Money that we got, never get that shit


Until next time guys, peace!

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