I took this photograph in Montpellier, a nice little city located in the south of France, known for its rich history and stunning architecture. One of the highlights of the city is the Place de la Comédie, a beautiful square surrounded by elegant buildings and outdoor cafes where locals and tourists alike gather to enjoy the lively atmosphere.
For foodies, Montpellier offers a wide range of options, from traditional bistros to trendy restaurants. One of the must-try restaurants in the city is “Map Map”, a contemporary restaurant that serves a fusion of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. The restaurant is known for its unique dishes, which are beautifully presented and bursting with flavor. Check out the website, and if you want to go there, go early or try to make reservations.
Long exposure photography is a technique that allows you to capture stunning images of movement and light. Whether you’re looking to capture the flow of a river or the lights of a city at night, long exposure photography can help you achieve that. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when doing long exposure photography:
Use a tripod. Long exposures can last anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes, so it’s crucial to use a tripod to keep your camera steady. I am on a tripod in 90 percent of the cases when taking photographs. Use a cable release or self-timer. To avoid camera shake, use a cable release or self-timer to take the photo. This will help you avoid any accidental movement when pressing the shutter button. I recently forgot my cable at home. I simp.ly set up my camera on a self-release timer of 2 seconds. This also helps to avoid movements during the shutter release.