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Tiny World in Europa Park

Europa Park in Rust/Germany is the second most popular theme park in Europe after Disney World in Paris. It has awesome photo locations and is very photography friendly. I was shooting around in several theme hotels at night with my tripod and wasn't approached by a single security guard.

I was not using a tripod for this particular picture.

Exif Info:

  • Date Taken: 2010-09-03 21:32:46

  • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

  • Exposure Time: 0.0666s (1/15)

  • Aperture: f/2.8

  • ISO: 3200

  • Focal Length: 16mm (16mm in 35mm)


 

No tripod

Bahnhof Arth-Goldau

The train-station of my home-town has an important factor in the Swiss railway system as it connects the major routes from Basel/Lucerne and the one from Zurich with Southern Switzerland and Italy.

I shot it just a few minutes after Sunset with the awesome Canon TS-E 17mm f/4 L Tilt-Shift Lens. I shot a total of 9 bracketed exposures 1 f-stop apart but ended up using just 4 of them to produce the tone-mapped version.

I might do a tutorial about that specific shot if there is demand for it - just drop me a comment below.

Bahnhof Arth-Goldau