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St. Basil's Cathedral at Night

St. Basil's Cathedral at Night

In front of St. Basil's Cathedral you can see the monument to the Kozma Minin and Prince Dmitri Pozharsky, the heroes of the national struggle for liberation against the Swedish and Polish invaders in 1610-1612.

I took this picture recently during Moscow by Night tour provided for my clients from Holland. Fortunately, I had a tripod this time and nobody from special security of the Red Square asked me to shoot only from hands (to use tripod on the Red Square for photo or video you have to make an official request in Administration of the Kremlin and to pay some fee, so I was lucky :-). I was even able to teach my clients how to shoot at night time with long exposure time, they were very thankful and told me that they are going to learn more about photography. I responded that, of course, you have to know some basic knowledge in photography, but the main thing is practice, looking on what are you doing as an artist, and having a will to make good works... isn't it???

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookianov
Personal Guide & Driver in Moscow
Moscow Photo Gallery
Dec 7th, 2006

Photo taken on 2006-11-19 at 19:59:48

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Raphael Scaramussa De Angeli Raphael Scaramussa De Angeli
From: Brazil
Date: 2012-04-06 11:35:09

Arthur is great driver and also a great guide of Moscow. Me and my colleague Guido Nunes are journalists and we went for a tour to shoot some of the main sight-seeings. Thanks to his knowledge of the city, he drove us to best places to take pictures and film. Probably, places that we couldnґt find by ourselves. He also speak English very well. During the trip he took wonderful pictures of us working and in front of great monuments in this fantastic city. Arthur is great company and weґll use his services soon. See ya, Art!