5 exposures stitched, Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 L IS USM @ 116mm
Panorama of the Lions Gate Bridge from Stanley Park. Lights in the background are in West Vancouver.
Drove to Stanley Park on Wednesday to get some night shots of downtown Vancouver. Now that I have a really nice tripod that can actually hold my camera steady for 30 seconds this was a lot easier than before. It became evident last year when I tried this that portrait shots on my old tripod were causing things to slip just slightly each time – which is quite evident on a 30 second+ exposure! On Wednesday there was a lot of construction on Stanley Park Drive including Brockton Point. This kept me away from the lighthouse but perhaps that was a good thing – it forced me to take this pano from further down the drive. I have never noticed this sort of reflection of the bridge lights on the water before – perhaps that is not as evident from the usual Brockton Point angle. Sometimes it is good to be forced to use new angles on a subject – and a reminder to seek those on my own.
3 thoughts on “Lions Gate Bridge Panorama”
Absolutely fantastic shot!
Lights, action…. Wow, beautiful. I see there’s benefits to having to deal with construction after all in this city!