05 Apr Space Oddity
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FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (14mm, f/4, 1/40 sec, ISO1250)
Sometimes it is simple. Be at the right place at the right time. Then all you have to do is to push the shutter button.
This spaceship like object is the design museum in Dongdaemun in Seoul, South Korea designed by Zaha Hadid. And extremely impressive building. This was the first place I visited on my first trip to Seoul two years ago and I simply thought that it was time to see it again. I was tired after the long flight but I decided to wait until the blue hour. So I had an early dinner in a restaurant in the complex to be ready when the light is best.
This is just an amazing building. It’s already impressive during the day but it literally starts to shine at night. It’s magic! I almost missed blue hour because it still gets dark very fast in early March. But the blue hour is essential because otherwise the sky is just pitch black and there is too much contrast in between the building and the sky. Most night shots look boring because of that. Some people immediately start to blame the sensor but it’s just too late for good pictures because they missed the blue hour…..
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