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First time I post some pictures. I wanted to share some from the city I've been living in for 6 months and that I am soon going to miss.
It is definitely not worth Dez's work, but well, I still haven't completed my first year in photography...
Any comments/advice are more than welcome!


Bryant Park D100 50mm 1/1000s f/2.5
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Bryant Park D100 50mm 1/2500s f/2.2
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Brooklyn Bridge D40 18mm 1/160s f/13
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Central Park D100 300mm 1/250s f/5.6
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Lower East Side D100 28mm 1/180s f/2.8
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Waiting for the Pope D100 270mm 1/320s f/5.6
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Manhattan D100 19mm 1/160s f/16
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South Manhattan D100 18mm 1/320s f/3.5
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Battery Park D100 195mm 1/250s f/8
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Madison Square Garden D40 125mm 1/125s f/6
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Cab D100 300mm 1/80s f/14
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Brooklyn D40 42mm 1/30s f/11
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I'll be back in Paris.
I am looking forward to wandering in the city with my camera. I've never shot there before:smile::smile:

Thanks for the feedback
 
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Nice work Bertrand. I like the chair photo at Bryant Park. I only wish you moved back a bit to not cut off the bottom of the chair.

I liked this image the best. Nice colors and exposure:
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Thanks Dez.
It would have been nice not to cut the other chair. I also took the picture without the other chair but I don't know why it felt too lonely...

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Great shots, I also like photo #2, they're all nice good job.
 
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Thanks Dez.
It would have been nice not to cut the other chair. I also took the picture without the other chair but I don't know why it felt too lonely...

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That's what we're here for. To point out the obvious and it will make you a better photographer. You'll pay more attention to details when you shoot :smile:

As for the chair, most people like it because it has nice DOF and the conversion is nice.
 
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