Macao, Macau by Geraint Rowland

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This time last year I was in Macau and Hong Kong for a couple of weeks on a photography trip. The weather in Macau wasn't great and was often quite grey with a lot of rain, although on this afternoon it cleared up and the sun came out. I took a walk along the seafront looking for good locations to capture the sunset over the bright lights, hotels and casinos that Macau is famous for. I climbed over the sea wall and walked across the mud at low tide. Not having a tripod I used some rocks to rest my camera for some long exposure images. I experimented with different camera settings and viewpoints. In post production, I experimented with various edits in Lightroom. This version is my favourite and the most similar to how I remember it being on the evening. I love these low perspective, wide angle landscape images especially when there is some movement captured in the passing clouds with the long exposure.


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