Traffic Stop

© Michael S. Lazarus

Traffic Stop

Uploaded: March 16, 2008

Description

f/36.0, 5, 70-300mmVR@180mm, DSC_9664, 9:00PM, ISO200

I have to thank the anonymous motorist getting a citation for giving me the opportunity to capture this abstract image. I used the lights from one of Metro-Dade County's finest as the light source. I wasn't sure how my taking a picture of the event would play with the officer but......... still got the camera :-)

Exif: F Number: 36, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 5/1 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 180.00 mm, Model: NIKON D40

Comments

isabel C. Zepeda level-classic March 18, 2008

Hello Michel.
This is very diferent from your birds,but very colorful,was this on the hi way? I like all the brite color is fun.
Ysa #880316

Michael S. Lazarus March 21, 2008

Hi Isabel, I made this image for a competition in one of the clubs I'm in here at BP. The theme is light trails. And yes you are right about it being different from my usual offering here. I'm glad you like it :-) #5674216

Aimee C. Eisaman March 24, 2008

I had an opportunity like that once too, but I chickened out! Glad you pulled it off! These are some great effects! I love the color and placement of the bright spots. It reminds me of modern art! #5687690

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