Brooklyn Bridge Waterfall (2 Panos)

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C&C always welcome. I only ask one thing. Be as brutal as possible. :) Seriously!


Brooklyn Bridge at Dusk
17mm, iso100, f/11, 2s (9 frame pano)
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People enjoying the waterfall view
10mm, iso100, f/11, 1/40 (7 frame pano)
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Waterfall Close Up
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Hi Leung

Nice images of the BB


#2
Nice tones, textures, and composition. However I would crop the 1.5 -2 inches from the top to remove some of that ugly roof on the right and to emphasize the main elements.
 
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Nice captures.............I like #3. I think you could make it a tad brighter (looks a little darker on my pc). I'm planning on going to Brooklyn Bridge as well to get some images of the waterfalls in the near future.
 
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Shot 2 is the best, but I'd removed the building and people.
Nothing spoils a landscape, like people :wink:

Being brutal, I'd say :tongue: :wink:
(This applies to all NY photographers posting on here).
Stop posting pictures of NYF'ingC :eek:
We've all seen it now, please no more :eek:
Go upstate and shot something different :eek:

:biggrin:

gnikoj ylno
 
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Shot 2 is the best, but I'd removed the building and people.
Nothing spoils a landscape, like people :wink:

Being brutal, I'd say :tongue: :wink:
(This applies to all NY photographers posting on here).
Stop posting pictures of NYF'ingC :eek:
We've all seen it now, please no more :eek:
Go upstate and shot something different :eek:

:biggrin:

gnikoj ylno
"NYF'ingC"................now you're on my sh_t list, bud. Why would you write this?? Don't look, if you don't want to see.

I'd love to shoot parts of the UK, but I haven't because I'm here.
 
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Shot 2 is the best, but I'd removed the building and people.
Nothing spoils a landscape, like people :wink:

Being brutal, I'd say :tongue: :wink:
(This applies to all NY photographers posting on here).
Stop posting pictures of NYF'ingC :eek:
We've all seen it now, please no more :eek:
Go upstate and shot something different :eek:

:biggrin:

gnikoj ylno
For "only joking", you are sure to miss-lead a lot of the members, even "only" if you meant to "joke" around.

Best not to post if that's your best shot a wry humor.

Leung, I think shot number three captures this event as well as any I've seen. Nice!
 
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"NYF'ingC"................now you're on my sh_t list, bud. Why would you write this?? Don't look, if you don't want to see.

I'd love to shoot parts of the UK, but I haven't because I'm here.
Ditto - especially when NYC is in the title...made it easy for you to skip!!!
 
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(This applies to all NY photographers posting on here).
Stop posting pictures of NYF'ingC :eek:
We've all seen it now, please no more :eek:
Go upstate and shot something different :eek:


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now back to talking about photography... thats what we are all here for right...

i like all three shots i however on #2 would toss the people and the roof out... on #3 i would lighten it a bit then dodge and burn in the areas that need more detail.
 
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I love #2 and # 3. The lighting in #2 is just fab. Did you shoot it at the Golden Hour?
I can't get enough of the NewYork pictures. My chances of getting there to see the city is pretty much zero. I love to see the pictures of "ordinary" stuff that is posted too cause as a tourist we are all so busy being blown over by the bright spots of the city :eek: that we would just miss seeing the cool stuff that the NY guys post.
Cheers
Barb
 
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Shot 2 is the best, but I'd removed the building and people.
Nothing spoils a landscape, like people :wink:

Being brutal, I'd say :tongue: :wink:
(This applies to all NY photographers posting on here).
Stop posting pictures of NYF'ingC :eek:
We've all seen it now, please no more :eek:
Go upstate and shot something different :eek:

:biggrin:

gnikoj ylno
Just to clarify to anyone who's blocking smilie faces on this site.
I WAS JOKING. I DID NOT MEAN IT.
No offence was meant to those NY photographizers.
If you really want to know what I think of those pesky photographers then look here :-
https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=176817

Note to self: Do not attempt any form of humour again, be an emotionless robot :wink:

KEEP THOSE NYF'ingC SHOTS COMING :wink:
Butterbing Butta Boom etc :biggrin:

No Further Text.
 
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Hi All,
Just to keep things sane and civilised I reckon the UK humour has crashed and burned but this shouldn't get things too uptight...and anyways I reckon NYC is justy about the most photogenic city on the planet (of course there are many many rivals) but I would hate our US cafe visitors think badly of the UK members...keep them coming Leung!
Best wishes to all,
sconti
 
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Just to clarify to anyone who's blocking smilie faces on this site.
I WAS JOKING. I DID NOT MEAN IT.
No offence was meant to those NY photographizers.
If you really want to know what I think of those pesky photographers then look here :-
https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=176817

Note to self: Do not attempt any form of humour again, be an emotionless robot :wink:

KEEP THOSE NYF'ingC SHOTS COMING :wink:
Butterbing Butta Boom etc :biggrin:

No Further Text.
Ok, you are OFF my sh_t list & you're now in my good book :biggrin:

BTW, that was very kind of you in the other post.
 
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Just to clarify to anyone who's blocking smilie faces on this site.
I WAS JOKING. I DID NOT MEAN IT.
No offence was meant to those NY photographizers.
If you really want to know what I think of those pesky photographers then look here :-
https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=176817

Note to self: Do not attempt any form of humour again, be an emotionless robot :wink:

KEEP THOSE NYF'ingC SHOTS COMING :wink:
Butterbing Butta Boom etc :biggrin:

No Further Text.
Okay, it's cool. I'm a jokester myself, but I gotta tell ya, it didn't come across that way when I read it.
 
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I didn't even know the Brooklyn Bridge now has a waterfall underneath! My daughter informed me that that is a recent addition to this bridge. (didn't I see it on yahoo?) I grew up years ago on Long Island and love New York. We took weekly trips to visit my grandparents in Brooklyn. Post all you want, your photography is wonderful. I love the last shot as well.
 
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Hi Bright Angel

I got your joke from the beginning. I guess I'm weird. LOL

Looking forward to seeing your images from your trip. :)
 
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Those are cool shots, the second one really shows the size of it. Love the sky too, nice!
 
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