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this picture was take from the newly restored brooklyn Bridge Park.http://www.brooklynbridgepark.org/
11 shot Pano of NYC at Sunrise. Taken from Liberty State Park, NJ.
These are the -2 in a bracketed shot sequence, but I ended up not doing any HDR with them.
Manhattan's skyline with its many skyscrapers is universally recognized, and the city has been home to several of the tallest buildings in the world.
Taken in Central Park in NYC. Used a Canon SD750.
I've been pretty tired lately, been out and about a lot. I'm even going through what I like to call an "early life crisis", a state where I have no idea what I'm going to do with my life! All I know is that I want to be successful, but I'm not sure which path to embark on. Lol and it seems like I'm using Flickr as my mini e-journal.
Sometimes a picture please you so much that you can't just make any Photoshop surgery on it ! This one belongs to this category. Night picture, urban and nature landscape are the ones I love to shoot !
Parfois une photo te plait tellement que tu ne peux pas lui faire une quelconque opération Photoshop ! Celle-ci appartient à cette catégorie. Les photos de nuit, de paysages urbains et naturels sont celles que je préfère prendre !
from a morning shoot on the Brooklyn Bridge looking across to Brooklyn.
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West Side Hwy..
Seagulls are watching the sunset behind the towers of Lower Manhattan. At this day the light was beautiful - the point of view is the Fulton Pier at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The image was taken handheld with the famous Leica M Summilux 75/1.4 lens.
Single shot - no HDR, no Photoshop, no filter etc.
Edit : Lightroom 5
Picture of one of the most famous piece of architecture through the world ! I have to admit that all those details on its facade are pretty impressive when you look closer.
Photo d'une des pièces d'architecture les plus connues à travers le monde ! Je dois reconnaitre que tous les détails de sa façade sont pour le moins impressionnant lorsque l'on y regarde de plus près.