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September 12, 2012 , Chicago, Travel pictures, Hong Kong
Under the cover of darkness, Atlanta photographer Craig Schultz plays with light and exposure to shoot the cities that never sleep in their raw, neon glory. "Shooting at night with a tripod is my favourite time to capture the vibrant lights of the world’s most breathtaking cityscapes," says Shultz, who shares four of his favourite exposures with GuidePal.
Chicago skyline - Photo: Craig Schultz | All Rights Reserved
"Autumnal and crisp, there was a great sense of calm in Chicago when I snapped this image."
Hong Kong - Photo: Craigh Schultz | All Rights Reserved
"The ultimate Asian metropolis; Hong Kong always seems to throb with activity right throughout the night."
Chicago Library - Photo: Craig Schultz | All Rights Reserved
"Long exposures at night help to capture one peaceful midnight moment in an otherwise bustling city."
Melbourne - Photo: Craig Schultz | All Rights Reserved
"I love the way the bright lights of Melbourne dance on the Yarra River."