Tuesday, January 22, 2008

"The Eiffel"
© David A. Ziser

We walked from the Louvre reached the Eiffel Tower about 10 p.m. just in time to see the "strobe lights" dance across the entire structure - it was quite cool. The super wide angle lens puts quite a unique perspective on the 1063 foot tower especially when photographed from such a low angle with this very wide angle lens. Camera specs; Canon 5D fitted with Sigma 12-22mm lens at 13mm, F5.0 @ 1/25 second at ISO 1600. Enjoy! --David


  1. Nicely composed, and really amazing color. I hate to bring the bad news, but you might have just committed a copyright infringement here (well... almost). As far as I know, Et may be freely shoot by day, but by night – those lights are copyrighted and photos of those may not be published. :) see: http://blog.fastcompany.com/archives/2005/02/02/eiffel_tower_repossessed.html

  2. Hello David,I read you blog regularly, and since you are in Paris (and i live here) I thought the least I could do was to offer to help you if you need anything in Paris, or advice on the city, or just meet for a drink. Anyway, hope you are enjoying the city, despite the weather and parisian bad temper... Take care and thanks for the blog :-). Pablo