Grand Army Fountain at Night, Brooklyn

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    60 second exposure on Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film developed in Xtol

    ⓁⒶⓂⓁⓊⓍ, ho_hokus, rskm, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Mark Kalan 39 months ago | reply

      That's great - we used to live in Park Slope and have a portrait of us on front of the fountain shot by the late Jerry Dantzic. In fact - I picked my wife up 31 years ago at the Flatbush avenue stop on the D train.

    2. Shawn Hoke 39 months ago | reply

      Mark, we live right off of Flatbush on St. Marks Avenue! So just a couple of blocks from where you met your wife. :) Awesome story and awesome picture.

    3. ho_hokus 39 months ago | reply

      What a fabulous long exposure and thanks for sharing the exposure time. Always interested.

    4. peter tjallinks 39 months ago | reply

      your nightshots are stunning. So is this one. Fabulous.
      how do you use your exposure meter?

    5. Barry Yanowitz 39 months ago | reply

      the dreamy lights and spraying water are perfect for the night

    6. \\\ CINEMAFIA /// 39 months ago | reply

      God I love Acros.

    7. Rafakoy 38 months ago | reply

      This is superb. I recently "discovered" Acros after more than 2 years using film... I don't understand how come I haven't used it before....

    8. Ed Brydon 35 months ago | reply

      Shawn, you really are not that far from us at all. We live at Clinton and Greene in Clinton Hill. SO next you're at Hot Bird let me know! And I'm pretty sure I remember running past a photographer with his head down at night last yar. can't remember the date but maybe it was this one.

    9. Shawn Hoke 35 months ago | reply

      Definitely, Ed! We love Hot Bird and would love to get together.

      That could have been me with his down counting out 60 seconds!

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