Posts from the ‘photography of night’ Category
Shooting stars over Zurich as seen from Hönggerberg (North side of the city). Despite that light pollution is intense above the city, it was still possible to capture the most intense shooting stars at 15”, f/4, ISO-400. Click the picture to enlarge.
What is what? Click the picture below to tell airplanes and planets from shooting stars.
Pictures shot in the night of 12.8.2018 in Continuous Mode with Nikon D800; 16-35 mm f/4 and blended in Photoshop.
Just above the horizon in Zurich-West. The blood moon is still purple in the blue light after dusk
The red moon across Zurich Niederdorf (old town)
Nobody to catch it? It looks so close!
Not passing unobserved through the Grossmünster
Temporarily pinned by the City Hall of Zurich
The beginning of the end of this red moon 2018, captured through the trees along Zurich lake. A red moon long-lasting enough to be hunted across the city, from Zuri-West to Lake Zurich
All pictures shot hand-held with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 70-200 VRII 1/15 sec, f/3.5
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Climb up Tokyo Skytree by night for collecting the highest and most glittery view of the city. From the top terrace at 451 m.s.l. endless and colorful light points decorate houses, towers and avenues.
Click each picture to zoom in and enjoy every tiny light.
Pictures shot hand held with D800 plus 70-200 mm VR-II . This photo series is part of the reportage Japan of mine.