Friday, January 16, 2015

New York City Morning View

One of the nice changes for winter is that the sun rises later - and any place you want to go shoot usually has less people and easier access.
This was the case this week when one morning I stopped to shoot the skyline.  It was windy and frigid but I had the river edge park to myself.

I’m sharing the images with three distinct views.  You have  intense color, dated look and traditional black and white.

I found it interesting that the exposure time listed on the shots are 0.00238095s or better known as 1/420th.  The images are made from the four shots shown and stitched together.  Exposure was with a 35mm (XF23mm) effective lens at F/8, ISO 200.

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