Istanbul has a population of over 14 million people making it the sixth most populous city in the world. Taking photos during the day can be a bit of a challenge, so I decided to venture out in the evening to get a different perspective on the city. The day had been rainy, but the evening cleared up with no wind and made for ideal shooting conditions.
All the images were shot handheld with a Fuji X-E1 and 35mm f/1.4 lens between ISO 800-2000.
Terry is the founder of the Seattle-based travel company, Shutter Tours. An avid photographer, he was a winner in the Pro Division of PDN’s World in Focus Travel Contest in 2008. Grand Prize winner in 2009 Wells Fargo/Wachovia photo contest. He has contributed to Pilot Guides, a travel site better known for their Globetrek TV series. Terry was also featured photographer on MyFox networks, QFOX13 and Seattle’s premier local show, “Evening Magazine”. Numerous interviews include the Seattle Times, Puget Sound Business Journal, Washington Examiner and others.
Elaine ParkeNovember 28 at 10:14 pm
The trolleys at night are my favorite but I kept going back to the old building with the clay pots on the window sill of the second floor. Can’t explain why.