I've been passing by a tunnel that I really like to photograph. More like have an idea of photographing it. I just don't have much drive to do it, and no idea how to do it properly.
The plan was to shoot the tunnel while in motion. Sort of like in a movie or something. Like a warp special effect. Problem is, I don't have a gorilla pod. Hell, I don't even have a decent tripod yet. So I've been trying to figure out how to do it but really just taking it lightly. It was a dangerous photoshoot after all.
But an assignment came up which lead me to finally
get this thing done. Having this particular shot in mind, I went out on my motorcycle, figured a test setting, and tried it on the road. It's the shutter speed that gave me a little hard time. So I rode my motorcycle, take a couple of shots, park by, check the images, change settings, the do over. It was until I found a satisfying settings, that I went straight to the tunnel, take some shots while going back and forth through it. It's a good thing it was about 3 am that time. Not a lot of vehicles around.