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NYC: East River Panorama

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Dez Santana, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. Haven't done one of these in awhile. 6 vertical frames taken from a ship on the East River of Lower Manhattan.

    D300 & guess what lens?

    ISO 200, 1/400sec at f/8 and the new "Landscape" Picture Control used.

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  2. Zee71


    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    Excellent............I bet it was the 17-55mm lens!!! Great work Dez. By the way, I don't know if I would call the East River Panorama, I think Upper New York Bay Panorama or Lower Manhattan Panorama might be more appropriate.
  3. How much do you want to make a bet? :tongue: Wrong answer!

  4. ah....
    great shot
    10.5mm with some correction?
  5. Nope. C'mon guys, this is a pano shot from 6 vertical frames :rolleyes: 

    Take another guess.

    Thanks for the compliment!
  6. Zee71


    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    Hmmmmmmmm............I guess I lost. I'm not sure about the 10.5mm, what about the 12-24mm??? Scratch that......I'm miffed.
  7. LOL. Nope!
  8. I'll reveal the lens when someone correctly identifies it ;) 
  9. I don't suppose it's with the 50mm, huh?
    great shot BTW.
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  10. bradNYC


    Mar 28, 2008
  11. Sorry Michael. Wrong :redface:

  12. Brad, you are correct :biggrin:

    The "lowly" 18-200 VR lens.
  13. 18-200VR?...lol
  14. Man-o-man, I need to type faster...lol
  15. Yes. A quite capable lens, as you can see :wink:
  16. JusPlainCrayzee

    JusPlainCrayzee Administrator Administrator

    Dez -

    Do you ever take a bad picture? :smile:

    And I was going to guess the 18-200mm but I see Brad beat me to it.

    You know...a few more photos like this, and I'm going to pack my bags and move home for good - and it will be all your fault! :rolleyes: 

    Nice going, darlin'...

    - lyndee
  17. Thanks and where's "home"?

    Yes, I have taken a bad picture :redface:
  18. JusPlainCrayzee

    JusPlainCrayzee Administrator Administrator

    Suuuurre you have...! :smile:

    Home is New Rochelle...went to school in Bronx and Manhattan and used to work downtown across from Grand Central Station. I come home every chance I get - gotta have my pizza fix, ya know...

    (and my knish fix...my onion and garlic potato chip fix...my Nathan's fix...my cheesecake fix...) :rolleyes: 
  19. Sure do. You just don't see them :wink:

    New Rochelle is nice. When are you coming back? Nobody makes a pizza like we do.............except the Italians in Italy!
  20. JusPlainCrayzee

    JusPlainCrayzee Administrator Administrator

    I'll be home in October for about five days or so - family wedding, but I'm sneaking in a couple of days early to do a "photo tour" of my home town (not telling the family, otherwise I'll never be able to break away).

    And you are so right, best pizza is in New York, so save me a slice or two!
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