Shot from the window of the moving car (passenger side) at 1/320th to slow, if not stop motion, with ISO ramped to the max (12,800) and then opened up 3¼ more stops in Lightroom and the noise amplified with grain and texture.
Here’s an interesting set of images with a pointillist look. They were taken from the window of the car passing along the New Jersey Turnpike (or one of it’s many tributaries – I was not driving). They were mostly taken at a shutter speed of around 1/200th second that almost stopped motion and in the gloomy light forced the auto-ISO very high creating digital noise. I used Fuji’s Velvia film simulation, which is a landscape-oriented, vivid saturation level, boosted the grain and texture and a little anti-haze on a couple of them, leading to the overall painterly pointillist effect. Click any image to see them all full sized.
An annual ritual is going dow to the bay to see a beautiful sunset.
Caught and released, down by the bay.