Probably everybody is familiar with the river Seine, the river that flows through Paris, passing under no less than 37 bridges just within the Paris area. It is 776km long, going all the way to the English Channel at Le Havre and it’s a great addition to any Parisian photograph. The evening I took this shot was quite cold so I didn’t spend a lot of time setting up. It was more like, put the tripod down, quickly go through the settings and press the shutter release, while trying not to have my fingers frozen.
The original shot was slightly under-exposed (if you take a look at the original), but because I was shooting RAW it was fairly easy to bring the exposure up a bit and slightly cut the blacks down.