Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

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Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

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How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

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Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

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The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School

Busan Cityscape Gwangan Bridge - South Korea

Gwangan Bridge

© Simon Bond 2018

>

Simon Bond

Camera model - Canon 5D MkII

Lens - Canon 50mm f1.2L

Camera settings - F8, 20 seconds, ISO 100

Date taken - October 28th 2018

Location - Busan

Buy this image - Click here

How was this cityscape photo taken?

This photo is a long exposure photo taken along a coastal location in the port city of Busan. The photo is fairly straight forward, learn more below.

Read More

Long exposure

This photo combines some different elements to make a successful photo.  The most important elements are the rocks in the foreground, and the bridge dominated cityscape in the background. In this photo no filter was needed, simply waiting for the light to fade to allow the long exposure was all that was needed. At 20 seconds the ocean became flat, and you see that wonderful misty effect around the rocks.

Digital blending

The top half of this photo while taken at the same scene, is a bracketed photo taken to expose for the sunset sky. This second photo has then been blended into the bottom portion of this photo. This is achieved in photoshop using luminosity masks, and layer masking.

What's The Background To This cityscape Photo?

Busan is a port city in the south of South Korea. It's a modern city, with several eye catching bridges. The Gwangan suspension bridge was one of the first of these to be built.

Read More

The Gwangaegyo is Busan's most iconic bridge, and is the centre piece of the yearly Busan fireworks festival. It's also sometimes called the Diamond Bridge. This impressive structure stretches over 7km in length, and overlooks the Gwangan beach area. Construction of the bridge began in the 1990's and was finished in 2002.

© 2020 - Simon Bond of Creative Photography School