Bridge at night

I got inspired by some recent posts, including Rob’s, and what inspired him- Scott Bourne’s, talking about developing photographic style. I do not know if it is what you would call my style, but I know what is my goal in photography. I want to show on static picture movement and speed. The moving carousel, the light trails, speed of moving car or a bike. Do I often achieve the goal? No, probably because there is so much fun in just photographing world around me. After all, not every object is moving! But when it gets darker, the longer shutter speed increase a chances of getting something interesting.
BTW- look how much noise there is, at ISO 1000 on picture taken with otherwise almost pro camera?!

Bridge at night

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  • http://quotidian-photography.blogspot.com/ Jessica

    I love the soft colors in this photo, and that streak of light under the trees is beautiful. I think it’s tough to find your own style as a photographer, but at least you have a direction you want to go in, and this image is a great example.

    And I feel you on the noise issue. I do my best never to go above 400, although 800 is passable on my camera, just because any post processing really brings out the noise at those speeds.