© Benjamin Becker Photograph by Benjamin Becker, benijamino.de Location: Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, New York Date: January 3, 2012 Camera: Canon EOS 50D Focal Length: 12mm Aperture: f/5 ISO/Film: 320 Shutter Speed: 1/2000 sec Note: Benjamin Becker took this shot on the pedestrian path of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City (wiki link).
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© Lars van de Goor Photograph by Lars van de Goor, Larsvandegoor.com/ Location: The Amsterdam Forest, Netherlands Date: November 7, 2010 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Focal Length: 84mm Aperature: f/4 ISO: 250 Exposure: 1/80 sec Flash: No Tripod: Yes Note: Lars van de Goor shot this photo in the Amsterdamse Bos (Dutch for
©Luis Tamarit Nieto Photograph by Luis Tamarit Nieto, 500px.com/WisoNet Location: Tudela, Navarra (Spain) Date: November 23, 2011 Camera: Canon 50D Focal Length: 10mm Aperature: f/5.6 ISO: 200 Exposure: 1308 sec (21.8 min) Flash: No Tripod: Yes Note: Luis Tamarit Nieto took this photo of campsite in Tudela, Navarra (Spain). You get the sensation that you
©Pawel Klarecki Photograph by Pawel Klarecki, klarens.500px.com Location: Northern Ireland Date: January 23rd, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 50D Focal Length: 200mm Aperature: f/8 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/13 sec Note: Pawel Klarecki took this photo “The Dark Hedges” in Northern Ireland. The mist and lighting in this photo is magnificent and reminds me of the forest
©Adam Barker Photograph by Adam Barker, AdamBarkerPhotography.com/ Location: Hanoi, Vietnam Date: October 19th, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Focal Length: 24m Aperature: f/13 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/5 sec Note: “Places to Be” by Adam Barker, shows the madness of traffic on the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam. Traffic in Vietnam is very chaotic. Bikers,
©Jaume Cusido Photograph by Jaume Cusido, JaumeCusido.com/ Location: Berga, Spain Date: June 7th, 2010 Camera: Canon EOS 50D Focal Length: 40mm Aperature: f/20 ISO: 200 Exposure: 2.5 sec Note: Jaume Cusido took this photo during the Patum de Berga festival in Berga, Spain. It consists of a series of “dances” (balls) by townspeople dressed as