Auckland is nicknamed the City of Sails for good reason. It’s estimated that one in four Aucklander’s have a boat. I am not sure if we really count, as we currently only have kayaks and a dinghy. (I race on a friend’s yacht.)
Thursday night I took an amazing night photography workshop from Three Little Wishes. We started out near the marina, with the city skyline in the background. Sadly, the clouds didn’t cooperate and we never had an opportunity to capture a stunning sunset. That didn’t stop me from enhancing my skills and learning a few more night photography techniques.
This is Westhaven Marina. Not only is it the largest marina Auckland, it is the largest yacht marina in the Southern Hemisphere with nearly 2,000 berths and swing moorings.
From our selected vantage point we could watch the day change to night with the city skyline lighting up in the background. It was after this that I took yesterday’s motorway lights photo.
We also learned a new night photography, multi-exposure technique with a name I can’t remember. I didn’t like the outcome, so I am not worried about the name. I would like to call this one Auckland During the Apocalypse:
Do you prefer to shoot in daytime, dusk or night photography? What would you have named the last one and what do you think of it?
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