Seattle Night Skyline
I took a trip last Friday up to Seattle. My sole purpose for going was to try to capture a "Postcard Perfect" photo of the Seattle Skyline at night.
Never having photographed the Seattle skyline, I poked around some local photography forums and determined that the spot I would attempt to shoot from was a place by the name of "Kerry Park". This is in the Queen Ann Hill area of Seattle. (Meaningless to me as I had no idea where this was!)
After a quick and painless drive of about 55 minutes (how was that possible?!) I arrived way early, as I needed to shoot around 8:30 pm or so. I arrived there at about 6:40 pm. I should have brought a chair!
I started taking 8 second exposures at about 8:00 pm and continued shooting until about 8:45, when the lack of light was requiring 30 second exposures. I packed up, drove home and hoped I had captured a few reasonably nice shots.
Much to my surprise, the photo above was one of the resulting pictures. It is truly a very nice photo! I am rarely content with the photos I take, but in this case, I am quite pleased.