Long exposure photography from the Kalemegdan fortress

in photography •  6 months ago

Yesterday we finally had a beautiful day without clouds so I took a tripod with me to make few long exposure photographs from the Kalemegdan fortress. Blue hour lasted no more than 30 minutes so I had to choose one or two locations and stick to them. I'm quite satisfied with how the last shot below turned out.

My tripod is fairly simple and not too stable, but I chose it for its size because I can easily put it in a backpack or over my shoulder and carry it around with me.

Photos taken with Fuji x100f. It has built-in ND filter that can reduce exposure up to 3 stops which is amazing and came in really handy. I've been using it for 8 months now and will do a quick review shortly.

CameraFuji x100f
Focal Length23mm
Shutter Speed10s
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I really love the last photo. And very curious about your upcoming review of the Fuji x100 camera.


Thank you! Stay tuned. :)

Excellent photographs and accurate picture focus. One of the things that struck me was the bridge.


Thanks, glad you enjoyed that one!

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Thanks very much, guys!

Love these, especially the last shot, the distant lights on the water look so pretty with the colours of the sky!


Thank you! Yeah, everything came together nicely for that last shot.

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