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Rue Cortot, Paris

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 12 January 2008 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

This is yet another in a series of photos that I took at night in Paris using a tripod.....although in this case I used my tiny Fuji F31 compact camera just for the sheer fun of using it again for the first time since getting a DSLR about 6 weeks ago.

It looked a bit bizarre with such a tiny camera on top of such a large tripod and I couldn't help smiling as I took this photo......I hope that you can see how much I was enjoying myself and that you like these pics as much as I do!

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FUJIFILM FinePix F31fd 13/10 second F/3.4 ISO 200 13 mm

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martie from Japan

Beautiful shot! I love this - the wet cobblestones, the gentle street lights, the lack of people. It's really wonderful.

12 Jan 2008 6:13am

@martie: Thank you very much....how kind of you!

See The Light from Newcastle, United States

Very nice image. Very moody.

12 Jan 2008 7:28am

@See The Light: Thank you very much Mary!

rem_la from villiers, France

SUPERBE

12 Jan 2008 9:09am

@rem_la: Cheers!

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

Beautiful street shot.

12 Jan 2008 11:22am

@Calusarus: Thanks very much!

Pedram from Esfahan, Iran

Very nice.... !

12 Jan 2008 12:56pm

@Pedram: Thanks Pedram!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Oh yes I'm enjoying them, this is mystical...tones are fabulous :) and High Five for the Drama;)

12 Jan 2008 1:50pm

@Lorraine: Thanks very much Lorraine!

Steven from Montreal, Canada

Nice composition and lighting!

12 Jan 2008 3:15pm

@Steven: Thanks for that Steven!

Michael Rawluk from Prince George, Canada

Wonderful shot, Ian. You positioned yourself nicely to catch the curving road.

12 Jan 2008 9:16pm

@Michael Rawluk: Thanks Michael...I can't tell you how much fun I had taking these night photos in Paris!

Guillermina from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Could very well be a Van Gogh with the effect of those street lamps! And what a beautiful salmon-pink? brick-orange? a mix of both? sky.

13 Jan 2008 12:12am

Dipti from Jersey City, United States

love the composition... nice work!

13 Jan 2008 12:27am

tom from Germany

Great light and composition.

13 Jan 2008 9:41pm

Laurie from Lincoln, United States

Nicely lit night-scene! Cool! =-)

15 Jan 2008 6:48pm

marianne from France

quelle vue magnifique, quelle lumière et quelle athmosphère ...
une chef d'oeuvre...

20 Apr 2008 3:45am

akarui from Kagoshima, Japan

Superb picture. I love it.

4 May 2008 1:44am

@akarui: Thanks akuri ...these ones of Paris are some of my favourites

FUJIFILM FinePix F31fd
13/10 second
F/3.4
ISO 200
13 mm