Grand Central Station

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    Not much going on photography wise lately, so I decided to dig thru the archives. My last blog post featured pictures of NYC with the Sigma 28mm. I still have several pics that I took with the 14mm. I was trying to do a long exposure with no tripod (I used a rail to rest on). The most I could get with .8 of a second at f16. I do have something cool coming up in a few weeks. Hopefully I'll be able to pull it off and have some cool images to share.

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    1. fabioroque 42 months ago | reply

      Wow, really cool.
      Nice framed.

    2. Lun Liu 42 months ago | reply

      That's a real stunning processing. Only bumping the contrast won't let me create a tone like that.. Very very nice

    3. v.see. 42 months ago | reply

      that's awesome. i was there last month & really wished that i had my wide angle lens and tripod.

    4. Monachromatic 42 months ago | reply

      It's been a while Ed! I hope you're doing great. I know your photographer still is :) Greetings.

    5. Tösh 42 months ago | reply

      Excellent rendering!

    6. ~ MXXM 42 months ago | reply

      Speechless!

    7. A Silent Smile 42 months ago | reply

      So, you're still fucking awesome.

    8. tozofoto 42 months ago | reply

      Great!!
      Art in the City and beyond -

    9. [Ewide] 41 months ago | reply

      love the tones and movement...

    10. ..illi.. 41 months ago | reply

      stunning view and light!

    11. Lanamaniac 41 months ago | reply

      a quintessential nyc shot and so well done!

    12. Roger_T 41 months ago | reply

      A nice shot!! Good play between the moving and the stable parts...

    13. kaihusen 40 months ago | reply

      DUDE! NYC is so awesome! Great pic! did a great job capturing how cool the ceiling of the building is.

    14. cedrigo 40 months ago | reply

      all just been said! congratulations!

    15. Le P'tit Nicolas 39 months ago | reply

      Nice composition between movement and immobility !

    16. TheMrLevelle 34 months ago | reply

      Lovely scene and colors. How do you make the picture this "rich"?

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