March 26, 2012March 26, 2012 Yan’an Elevated Road, Shanghai Long exposure of the Yan’an Elevated Road in Shanghai, China – June 2011 Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInTumblrEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
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great picture dude! Shanghai = Wow!
Thanks, I loved Shanghai.
so futuristic looking.. cool shot!
What a colorful picture!! Great, I like it 🙂
nice photo! it is amazing how much power is being used over there
Thanks, yes doesn’t seem to be much concern for energy saving in China.
You do amazing stuff with that camera of yours! Keep it up.
Thank you so much for the comment, makes me want to keep it up.
Great shot. Details are really…well, detailed 🙂
Not sure how you got the car static with a long exposure though. Surely a beautiful shot.
Thanks. This photo was actually taken from the balcony of a friends apartment that overlooks the highway hence I take the long (6 second) exposure.
That’s cool. Guess the car was on a red when you shot this pic. Awesome Rory. Great work.
Oh, I see what you mean now. Yes that car under the highway must have been stopped at a traffic light as you can see the headlight trails on the opposite side of the road.
Precisely. I was just wondering with the signal turned green and exposure of 6s how it seemed static 🙂
Analysis paralysis on my part 🙂
That is curious, well noticed. Perhaps he was turning left but he doesn’t appear to be pointing that way. I think they were just lost/confused and had stopped to think about it.
Or maybe the signal just turned green when your aperture closed 🙂
Still better, I am maybe looking at the wrong signal. Maybe its green for pedestrians and red (over the green light) for vehicles 🙂
Having walked across that pedestrian crossing myself I am certain that the green is for the vehicles. Perhaps it had just turned green but the illumination is similar to the other lights suggesting they were on for the full length of the exposure. Maybe he was just very slow to react ?
Maybe! A lazy or a dazed driver for all we know.
Chances of being dazed rise exponentially if it was a weekend or late in night… 🙂
Indeed, it was a Friday night around 9pm if I remember correctly.