I was recently made aware of a revolutionary new compact camera, the Light L16 Camera, which "uses multiple lens systems to shoot photos at the same time, then computationally fuses them into a DSLR-quality image".
I must admit, I am intrigued by this idea and would love to get my hands on one to try it out and see how it performs.
When I heard about Light.co's #VantagePoint project, I immediately knew I wanted to participate, and share a favourite DSLR shot of my own with the story & settings behind the shot.
While I could have shared many images from my recent 2015 trip to Alaska, which I have previously blogged about, I decided to share an image from my home city as it encapsulates my absolute love of capturing the light and reflections of blue hour.
Living in Brisbane, also known as the "River City", we are spoiled with so many beautiful views of the city reflected on the Brisbane River which snakes around two sides of the CBD.
This particular vantage point (in the shot below) is one of my favourite spots for shooting long exposure shots of our city at night. I love the light & colours of the city skyline reflected off the water.
Exposure: 89 sec
Focal length: 17mm
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