30 seconds

I definitely like shooting using long exposure. For those living in split seconds, such time amount is a whole life! Here I’m posting some results from an experiment, or a game to call it in a more proper way, which involved my Kyra, 28-135mm Sigma lens, a time range of 1 to 30 seconds, an aperture range of f/11 to f/18, ISO 200 and my crazy mind.
I had to wait for my bus, so I first sat into piazza Vittorio Emanuele II (location is Pisa) then at a bar table next to the street, a bridge and the Arno River (it was the same day of the river’s spate on November 13th 2012), sipping a hot espresso macchiato.

50mm-f11-1sec

50mm f/11 @1sec

Above, the focus is on one of the most busy bus of Pisa: LAM BLU (the Blue LAM, the acronym stands for High Mobility Line, just in case some of you come and visit this city 😀 ).

28mm-f18-8sec

28mm f/18 @8sec

34mm-f18-30sec

34mm f/18 @30sec

38mm-f18-20sec

38mm f/18 @20sec
I know this one above it’s a bit tilted, but I liked the dog so much I couldn’t discard it! 😀

38mm-f18-10sec

38mm f/18 @10sec

80mm-f16-5sec

80mm f/16 @5sec – Title of this photograph: No escape

80mm-f10-5sec

80mm f/10 @5sec

28mm-f18-30sec

28mm f/18 @30sec
Above, Arno River as a golden silky ribbon. I really love this one. Another example of long exposure photography is the resulting photo which I set as header for this blog.
Some photographs are available also on my Official Website (www.marymillaft.com/photogallery). Hope you enjoy them!

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