looks decent, but lack of any recognisable buildings/structures means this photo could've been taken anywhere...
I know of an overhead bridge to take light trails and below would be the CTE. It's a bridge linking Serangoon gardens and amk so those staying around that area can check that out. Plus the CTE is widened so I guess the light trails can cover more of the picture?
Untitled by gohjialong, on Flickr
I had my try over there few months ago but didnt get much good results as it was already near midnight so there were lesser cars passing by.
Last edited by gohjialong; 18th June 2011 at 11:20 AM.
Oops didn't read the post well enough. Sorry for the wrong suggestion.Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra
Long exposure with a tripodOriginally Posted by ix0107
Nice!!!Originally Posted by sinned79
Shoot first, think later
I would use as low ISO as possible.Originally Posted by ix0107
remember when you doing set up,
safety always come first,
and also beware about head light of on coming vehicles shine directly into your lens for creating flare.
I'm new here and also new to photography.. Gt interested into photography recently bought a canon 1100d...
Would my camera with the basic 18-55mm lens able to take the pictures like about in the night??
I really find those picture very nice haha would like to learn more from the experts here!
Thank you for your advices!
Thank you for ur advice!!
Should I twik woth my f value too??
Awesome thanks man