Using and ND filter can give photos a very interesting look. Especially if you shoot next to water as it nicely blurs it and you get reflections where you normally would not. It’s always a good idea to give it a try :)
I took a photo of just the tops of the skyscrapers here, but I thought it was quite boring. So I played around with the rotation here, and took another photo like this. I think this rotation made the photo much more interesting. In the least, it made it more unique :)
I don’t really like these fake reflections that much. But as I was editing this panorama, I just tried it out, and I quite like the result :) Even if I know it’s fake, I like how it looks (but will also post the normal shot sometimes later anyway :) ).
This is a 4 shots panorama, each shot from 4 exposures. Panorama created in PTgui, with the exposures combined in Oloneo Photoengine. The image finished and reflection create in Photoshop.
You can see an even bigger version here.
I hope you are not yet bored by the Dubai photos :) I don’t have anything other new recently, but hopefully soon. Until then, there will be many more skyscrapers on this blog. Ho here is another one from the Dubai Marina :)