I got so addictive in shooting in the day that I forgot that my LCA+ can create a beautiful night shots. I gave it a try. Here's how it goes...
It all started after my evening shift which ends at half past midnight… I decided to bring along my LCA+ (loaded with Sensia 100) and walk my way home. I saw the shuttle bus that I usually take going home.
I also passed by the lobby of City of Dreams and was amazed by the lights and fountains that I point and shoot at it.
Afterward, I headed my way to Hard Rock Hotel then took a “Lowdown” Shot at their main entrance. Observe the 3 guys on the left, they are looking at me. Maybe they are saying, what is this guy doing… Nevertheless my captured moment there is the bellboy carry the guest’s luggage and escorting him to the reception.
After that shot, I went to an open space to shoot the hotel were I work. For me it’s a post card material. What do you guys think?
Then I headed my way to the Venetian Hotel, which by the way our competitor in our area. This hotel is exactly the copy of Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. It’s a beautiful hotel the only thing that bothers me when I go there by day is the huge crowd. It’s like a market.
From the road that I took I saw a lot of construction works like widening the road and plumbing stuff.
From a far I can see the Galaxy Hotel and took a shot at it. This Hotel will be opening early next year. It’s a big hotel, their partners are Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts and Hotel Okura of Japan.
Near that vicinity is the Taipa Village, It’s a crowded area during the day but a ghost town at night. This area has all kinds of restaurants, from Cantonese,Chinese, Portuguese, Italian and etc.
Well that’s the end of my first night of shooting, to be continued… stay tuned guys…
“Lomography Rule # 2: Use it any time – day and night.”
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