Light painting in Yokohama
This past Saturday, Aurora joined the Tokyo Digital Artist Photographers Group for what they called an “ultimate night shoot” in Yokohama. The results came out quite surprising and unconventional. Have a look at these brand-new photos!
Details of the reflection of the Ferris wheel on the surface of the water.
A statue in front of the Yokohama Ferris wheel.
Long exposure of the waterfront.
A boat riding on the reflection of the giant Ferris wheel at the Yokohama Cosmo World.
This photo gives you the feeling of flying at a significant fraction of the speed of light between trees decorated with Christmas lights.
A long exposure of an amusement ride at the Yokohama Cosmo World. Again, I zoomed in while the shutter was open to make this look like a whirlpool of light.
I love how the image of the Ferris wheel seems to dip down into the water on the lower side.
I defocused the camera on purpose, because this photo of the Christmas lights in Yokohama reminds me of the paintings I used to make when I was six years old.
A long exposure of Christmas light decorations. I used the lens to zoom in while the shutter was open.