Planet Brooklyn :: Grand Army Plaza

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Planet Brooklyn :: Grand Army Plaza

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Sam Rohn :: Location Scout :: Panoramic Photography :: New York City

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  1. weissfoto 84 months ago | reply

    I'm stunned!

  2. AnNamir™ c[_] 84 months ago | reply

    WOW! This is really GREAT!!
    Errr, question from noob:
    How did you do that? Did you edit the pano using kind of software?
    Or, can give the tutorial "how to" create the amzing pictures like that.
    Thanks first :)

  3. delsignorem 84 months ago | reply

    Excellent capture ! Wonderful colors & tones !! Fabulous result !!!

  4. Donal Casey 84 months ago | reply

    very nice... love the weight given to the arch

  5. daniela_c 84 months ago | reply

    that's absolutelly great! and that's not the only one of your works that left me wandering...
    apart from using a real fish-eye, can you indulge me in a few details on how you achieved it?

  6. yun's world [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

    Excellent capture~~~ i wonder what you did!!~~~~ i envy your ability.

  7. paulobrazyl 81 months ago | reply

    this me seems ESCHER

  8. lovevlcj 75 months ago | reply

    Sooooooooooooooooo epicccccccccccccccccccc

  9. JuanjoLopez 75 months ago | reply

    clap clap clap!!!

  10. hausmzk 74 months ago | reply

    great job! really nice shot.

  11. Slayer925 74 months ago | reply

    wow! that's amazing! really good one

  12. Dunkel Mann 71 months ago | reply

    hypnotizing... truly an amazing picture.

  13. imran_mt79 68 months ago | reply


  14. se_kwien 58 months ago | reply

    awesome planet - love it!

  15. elmer.elmer 55 months ago | reply

    C'est une spirale bleutée qui met bien en valeur le monument. Bien vu.

  16. noprayer4dying 54 months ago | reply

    superb planetoid

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