Paris, City of Light

08 October 12

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So beautiful!

Jess / Bohemia Heart replied over 7 years ago.

Amazing pictures !
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Marie-Eve @aprettynest replied over 7 years ago.

It may be night time but the city comes alive in these shots!

thecitygourmand replied over 7 years ago.

Someday, I’ll make it there! Love love your photos especially the sparkles of the lights!

Audrey replied over 7 years ago.

Wow these are spectacular. And getting such crisp photos in that light is not a simple thing.

Sabina replied over 7 years ago.

Dazzling!

Mandy replied over 7 years ago.

Thank goodness, not the usual Parisian lights! Stunning!

antonella replied over 7 years ago.

gorgeous gorgeous pictures!! love them! :)
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Eleanor replied over 7 years ago.

Oh Kristina, you take our breath away.
Again!
mel.x

Melissa Jaine replied over 7 years ago.

These pics are gorgeous! Couldn’t stop myself from staring at them :)

Franzi replied over 7 years ago.

Paris looks awesome in these photos. And if these were handheld, I’m envying your steady hands Kris! :)

Magali replied over 7 years ago.

Not quite handheld, propped up on walls and stuff. Could have done with a cable release and a tripod really, but what can you do!

kris atomic replied over 7 years ago.

these are pretty whoa

mat replied over 7 years ago.

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it's friday, friday, friday!!! replied over 7 years ago.

How did you get those light effects?

Ivette replied over 7 years ago.

They’re just very long exposures, this gives a decent overview if you’re interested in knowing more – http://www.aputure.com/blog/2011/03/04/long-exposure-night-photography-tutorial/
You should really use a tripod, but I didn’t on this occasion as this wasn’t really planned. You can just prop the camera on a wall or something.
Hope that helps! x

kris atomic replied over 7 years ago.

You’re very nice, thank you for replying.

Ivette replied over 7 years ago.

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