Light Pillars
Taken by Alexander Kuznetsov on January 17, 2014 @ Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland.
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I was coming back from shooting sunset in Rovaniemi Lapland Finland. At one point on my way I saw a great amount of light pillars in the air. I saw them before these days but never this much. I had to stop and take a photo. The temperature was -27°C – a perfect weather for these to occur. Canon 5D mk3, Canon EF 16-35 mm, exposure 20 sec, ISO 160. The exposure could have been less, because you could see pillars very well with naked eyes, however i chose to go with low ISO setting.
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Super shot ! The long exposure is a good choice that give a dramatic effect on smoke from chimney.

DOM :)
Posted by Dom 2014-01-17 12:53:33
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