San Diego Low Light

Day Eighty One. Took my tripod downtown to do more low light work in the city. There was certainly no lack of interesting buildings and lighting situations, especially down by the Gaslamp Quarter, despite being distinctly lacking in gas lamps. Managed to get a couple really interesting light streaks shots as traffic floated by. I think the best shot of the evening was of the Convention Center, though a close runner up would definitely have to be the one of the train pulling through the station. It's almost too easy to get really cool shots when doing long exposure at night. After returning to my hotel room, I pulled out the macro lens in preparation for the next day and burned some high ISO shots from the balcony just for fun. It really is amazing what a fast prime at high ISO can capture handheld :)

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