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A few days ago, while we were in NYC, I took this photo of the financial district of Manhattan from the Brooklyn Promenade.
Sigma DP2 Merrill
Beginning with failures of large financial institutions in the United States, it rapidly evolved into a global crisis resulting in a number of European bank failures and declines in various stock indexes, and large reductions in the market value of equities (stock) and commodities worldwide. The crisis has led to a liquidity problem and the de-leveraging of financial institutions especially in the United States and Europe, which further accelerated the liquidity crisis. World political leaders and national ministers of finance and central bank directors have coordinated their efforts to reduce fears but the crisis is ongoing and continues to change, evolving at the close of October into a currency crisis with investors transferring vast capital resources into stronger currencies such as the yen, the dollar and the Swiss franc, leading many emergent economies to seek aid from the International Monetary Fund. The crisis was triggered by the subprime mortgage crisis and is an acute phase of the financial crisis of 2007–2008.
Camera: Canon EOS 50D
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/500)
Focal Length: 18 mm
ISO Speed: 800
Exposure Bias: -1/3 EV
Flash: Flash did not fire
El cor financer nord-america (i pertant d'el mon, com a minim de moment) es troba al extrem sud de Manhattan, entorn de Wall Street, la borsa i el Banc de la Reserva Federal. Evidentment millor no saber que costa aquí el metre quadrat!!
Arround Wall St., the NYSE and the Federal Reserve Bank all the terrains are built the highter the better.
Financial District, San Francisco
As with a lot of long exposures, this looks better on black!
I spent ages researching a 10-stop ND filter for my Nikon 14-24mm lens and discovered that they're hard to come by, with decent ones being even more rare.
Thankfully I found one I thought I would be happy with and took it out for a test drive.
This was a week or two before my trip to Iceland, so I wanted to take my new gear out for a bit of a test run around London. I wasn't going to post this shot, but it's grown on me, so here you go.
Read this on my blog: thefella.com/blog/financial-skies.
No images in comments please.
Nikon D800 / ISO 100 / f/8.0 / 14-24mm @ 22mm / 10-stop ND filter
View from Coit Tower, San Francisco
It appears as though I am trying to exhaust all the angles this touristy angle can give. I had to reach very early to set up as the Merlion throws out water very early and that would ruin the reflections. Finally, I have done the shot that I have always wanted to do.
4 shots RAW panorama, ISO200, 10mm, f8, 30sec