|Fuji X-E2, 18-55mm, ISO 800, ƒ/5.6, 8.6 sec.|
This makes me want to say Patience Young Grasshopper. If you are not old enough in the 1970s was a TV show Kung Fu. Here is the scene that I loved:
You need patience to make the photo I made. Often when people travel they see a beautiful scene and take a photo, few will return to the spot to take it at a better moment.
|Fuji X-E2, 18-55mm ISO 200, ƒ/22, 1/10|
I also took this photo later in the week while in Kona, Hawaii.
|Fuji X-E2, 18-55mm, ISO 6400, ƒ/5.6, 1/5|
I tried the photo with cars coming up the hill, but felt the headlights were too bright. Maybe you like this better. Here is one of those photos.
|Fuji X-E2, 18-55mm, ISO 800, ƒ/5.6, 7 sec.|
The other thing is that this need to be done at dusk and not too late or the sky would be black.
The lesson here can apply to all of photography. You need to find a good composition and then wait for the action to develop. You are anticipating what will happen.
|Nikon D100, Sigma 15-35mm, ISO 400, ƒ/6.7, 1/180|
Ansel Adams called this pre-visualization. For me I have seen many scenes before and now I would plan to capture them.
What will you photograph today that will require you to arrive early and wait?