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How to Photograph The Eiffel Tower
Today’s post is a quickie. Something different from the normal, wordy posts. I thought I’d share with you one of my favorite photos I took of the Eiffel Tower. Took this in October of 2008.
How I took it (with my Canon Rebel Xti)
If you’d like to take a photo of the Eiffel Tower like this, here’s some tips to help you replicate it:
- You’ll need to place your camera on a tripod
- Shooting at dusk provides you with fantastic light
- I used a shutter release cable to keep the lens open long enough to create this colorful effect
- Trial and error – I took several dozen of these photos until I got the one that I liked best. Patience is important
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Do you have any tips for photographing the Eiffel Tower? Share by commenting
I’ll see you out there…!