Roseville (Downtown), Underpass, Sign, Light Trails, Long Exposure

ISO100, 35mm, f/10, 8 sec
Roseville, CA

I suppose capturing light trails is a bit like shooting waterfalls and rapids.  You take A LOT of shots and go through each and every one of them until you find a good mix of elements.  Some of the best photogs take upwards of 50 to 70 shots of one single abstract waterfall composition.  Well, I went through 10 shots here before I became bored and had to find something else to shoot.  I am not exact thrilled with any of the 10, but I worked on 3 images and like this one.  Maybe if there were more cars, but granted, it was 1:30 in the morning.

(click through on the image to view in 700px)

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, ISO 100, 35mm (prime lens),  f/10, 8 sec

Roseville (Downtown), Underpass, Sign, Light Trails, Long Exposure. Roseville, California. March 03, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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