Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photography in Taipei differs by season. Over winter it’s generally overcast. This spring it rained pretty much every day for six weeks. Now it’s summer and we’ve been blessed with some fantastic light over the past week or two. Shooting in conditions like this is just plain fun. Head to a location, set up the tripod and sit back and wait for the natural light show to begin. As I write this post on a Monday morning it’s shaping up to be another fantastic week of light in Taipei so I’m may have another of these evening light posts coming next week as well. Here’s a selection of images shot over the past week from either the rooftop of my apartment building or Tiger Mountain. The exception is the last image which comes from a few weeks ago when I was shooting an assignment for the NBA that saw me up on the 38th floor of a hotel. The rainbow quickly appeared and I snapped a few shots in between the work I was doing. Three of the photographs in this post are multi-image panoramas, can you work out which ones?

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson

Photo of Taipei city by Craig Ferguson