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Processed with Snapseed.

here's a little throwback to November 2014 when I visited NYC.

 

I absolutely love this city and can't wait to go back!

 

photo taken with Nikon J1

 

Cámara Nikon D850 con lente 24-120 F4/G-VR editada con Camera Raw y Photoshop CC 2019

 

Recomiendo hacer click sobre la imagen y ver en grande / I recommend see in larger, clicking on the imagen.

 

Muchas gracias a todos por vuestra visita y apoyo.

Thanks so much everyone for your visit and support.

Every time I go visiting NYC, I always find this building to photography, where is near the Central Park.

Manhattan Skyline

New York City

 

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Cámara Nikon D850 con lente 24-120 F4/G-VR editada con Capture NX-D de Nikon y Photoshop CS6

 

Recomiendo ver en grande / I recommend see in larger, clicking on the imagen

I posted an iPhone photo (or two) of this beautiful setup, but this came from my Canon. Some of this was built prior to 9-11, and other parts of the casino-hotel was built post 9-11 in honour of those who lost their lives on that tragic event. I've yet to visit the real NYC, but this was close enough for now. More to come!

New York, en blanco y negro

Like a total Floridian, I ventured out to the NYC Christmas sim. I am in love! If you need some Christmas Sprit, go see! It's BEAUTIFUL!! A NYC Christmas

 

Doe: Galina - Browns

[[ Masoom ]] Vanessa Top- Black-

[[ Masoom ]] Mika Pants Black

Addams // Zoe Combat Boots // N*30

BellePoses - Natacha

  

Photographed in Central Park, NYC in May, 2016 with my Olympus camera.

Captured in: Gantry Plaza State Park (GPSP), Long Island City, NY.

 

Seen here is a twilight view of the Midtown Manhattan Skyline -- as viewed from the banks of the East River in Gantry Plaza State Park.

 

In the interest of full disclosure, the skyscraper reflections shown here are not the original reflections that were cast in the East River that evening.

 

As you probably suspect, there's a bit of digital trickery in those NYC waters. I was continuing to experiment w/ reflections in Photoshop, and this is the result of my attempts to add additional detail to the water.

 

This is also a follow-up to one of my earlier attempts at creating a reflected skyline view. That image didn't have a very realistic look to it, so I was looking to improve on my last attempt (Midtown Reflections). Hope you like it!

 

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Just some quick info about the park itself:

 

Gantry Plaza State Park runs along the banks of New York's East River, and offers many beautiful views of the NYC skyline -- including the Empire State, Chrysler, and MetLife buildings, as well as the new WTC tower.

 

There are several 'Long Island' gantries found throughout the park, as this area was once a dock facility used to load and unload rail-car floats. The gantries were refurbished during the park's construction, and are now centerpieces of the area.

 

Railroad tracks once connected these floats to the Long Island Rail Road, and aided in the transport of shipments to and from various industries as far back as the mid-1920s.*

 

*Credit to Wikipedia for the brief GPSP history lesson.

 

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Image Details / Processing Information:

 

Midtown Reflections is a Fused (Natural) HDR image constructed from 3 bracketed shots - 2 stop differential between each image.

 

Image processed w/ Photomatix, and finished using Photoshop CC -- which also includes the use of various Topaz lab plugins (including: Clean, Denoise, Adjust, Glow and LensFX).

PAC

 

Cámara Nikon D850 con lente 24-120 F4/G-VR editada con Capture NX-D de Nikon y Photoshop CS6

 

Recomiendo ver en grande / I recommend see in larger, clicking on the imagen

Not that great a shot.

Only saved by my trusty D3 which still does wonders in low light (hand held situations)

For some reason I shot this at f/ 2.8 !!

View from Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan Bridge

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