LONG EXPOSURES | ROYAL PAVILION BRIGHTON


Brighton's Royal Pavilion is a familiar and well-photographed landmark in the city. Strong subjects can often stifle innovation and creativity. I like to make an extra effort to turn a beautiful, interesting subject into an equally captivating photograph. Trying to be different can lead to over-thinking and images devoid of feeling and beauty. In an effort to escape conventions, photographers can become conservatively unconventional. I prefer to go with my feelings at the time, while still creating something fresh and exciting. An adjacent Art-Deco bus shelter, the motion blur from traffic and a blue-magenta twilight afterglow all came together to help create three varied and unique images. The permanent, semi-permanent and transient all sum up Brighton.


Royal Pavilion Brighton Long Exposure

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Brighton Royal Pavilion Long Exposure


Comments

Unknown said…
What nice photographs! Thanks for sharing these photographs here! Well I am also a Port Macquarie Photographer and I love travel photography but have never been to this venue. Sounds like a perfect place for travel photography!!

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