Archive for the ‘Nightscape’ Category

Bangkok-ized Phnom Penh?

Posted: November 13, 2011 in Architecture, Nightscape

In the recent years, many high-rises have come one after another, especially along Monivong Blvd. Since public transportation in Phnom Penh is barely exists, future congestion is pretty imaginable. During this long holiday, I were able to get some shots of Phnom Penh along Blvd.

Traffic on Monivong Bvld. at Blue Hour

Phnom Penh Under Full Moon

Monivong Blvd.


Beyond 30 Sec.

Posted: February 1, 2011 in Nightscape, unposted
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If you have followed this blog long enough, you might notice that long exposure is one my favorite subject of photography. Last Sunday I went for some light tails again but this time with Hoya NDX8 I just borrowed from a friend, I were able to drag my shutter speed as long as almost 600 seconds or ten minutes. With such a long exposure, noise is pretty unavoidable and noticeable when it is viewed in high resolution.

Infront of Orussei Market, Phnom Penh Traffic in front of Orussei Market

Charles de Gaulle Blvd. Phnom Penh Traffic at the intersection of Charles de Gaulle Blvd. and St.109?

Wat Arun

Posted: December 13, 2010 in Nightscape, Travel, unposted
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Since I am staying in Khoa San Road, a walkable distance to Choa Phraya river, I decided to head for it on my first evening in Bangkok. The sky was neither boring nor breathtaking, but i was well-content with the trip.

Wat Arun A tourist boat cruising along River Chao Pharya with Wat Arun at the back.

Independence Monument
A Closer Look of Independence Monument

Independent Monument

HDR Photography

Posted: December 2, 2009 in Nightscape

I am not a great fan of HDR, but after seeing some amazing HDR works, I decided to give a try. I started to love it bit by bit. I will try to dig into it deeper when I am more tumnei. The below twilight views are from the apartment I am now living in.


Posted: September 2, 2009 in Nightscape, Photography

090902silhouette At Olympic Stadium taken in late December of 2008.