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NYC: Looking UP

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Dez Santana, Jul 25, 2008.

  1. I catch myself doing this a lot, looking up at these skyscrapers in Manhattan.

    D300 at ISO 100 to 400 & 17-55mm or 18-200 VR lenses.

    Woolworth Building [1/500 at f/5.6]
    p994229465-4.

    Solow Building [1/250 at f/8]
    p89984880-4.

    Grace Building [1/1600 at f/8]
    p375426790-5.

    Empire State Building [1/400 at f/2.8]
    [​IMG]

    Time Warner Center [1/200 at f/8]
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    Hearst Magazine Building [1/250 at f/8]
    p859647202-4.

    Atlas & St. Patrick's Cathedral [1/320 at f/5.6]
    p865938554-5.

    One more looking up set, The New York Times Tower:

    1/4000 at f/4
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    1/1000 at f/4
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    @ streel level on different day
    1/125 at f/8
    [​IMG]
     
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  2. nice shots. I haven't been to new york since I was 6 or 7, definitely need to get over there again.
     
  3. bradNYC

    bradNYC

    Mar 28, 2008
    NYC
    as usual...amazing
     
  4. JamesMor

    JamesMor

    325
    Jun 28, 2005
    New York
    VERY nice shots. I particularly like the one of St Pat's looking through the globe being carried by Atlas. It has a VERY interesting angle - both from a religious and photographic perspective. :p 

    James
     
  5. Bright Angel

    Bright Angel Guest

    F'ing Awesome Sir :smile:

    I'm thinking maybe a dash and a splash of Silver Efex & PTLens ? :wink:

    Have you altered you PP style recently?
    The "Hearst Magazine Building" looks more HDRish than your previous works ?
     
  6. Zee71

    Zee71

    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    Nice captures.............U Duh Man!!! Every time I'm in Manhattan (and I'm a local), I always catch myself looking up as well. The New York Times Building by the Port Authority Bus Terminal is interesting as well. It's no wonder why people have scaled it (those who were successful) or tried to.
     
  7. I don't comment too much but, your photos of NYC are outstanding. You have any subway/trains you want to post??? :) 
     
  8. Thanks Jose :smile:
     
  9. Thank you Brad :smile:
     
  10. Thanks James. It's a spot photographed by millions of tourists and New Yorkers alike :smile:
     
  11. LOL. No PTLens here, obviously. SE on the 1st and 2nd.

    No HDR. The Hearst Magazine Building was PPed with higher contrast and saturation. Tweaks w/multiply blend as well.

    Thanks :biggrin:
     
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  12. Yes, I have the New York Times Building too:

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Truly a different angle. Great work but my neck hurts looking up.

    Les
     
  14. Thanks Abi. If you go to my site below, search for TRAIN and you'll see a few :wink:
     
  15. Thanks!

    There's too many to mention. Take a look at my site below for ideas. Have fun while in NY! :biggrin:
     
  16. Dez,
    love this perspective
    great series
    i appreciate you sharing them with us
     
  17. Great shots Dez!
    St Pat and Emp St are incredible. To get something not cliche is really cool.
    Fred
     
  18. kwork

    kwork

    Jun 8, 2006
    NC
    Dez,
    I remember walking out of Rockefeller Center to see Atlas and St Patricks. It's an awesome site and you've captured it beautifully.
    I cant wait to go back now that I have more than just a P&S
     
  19. Thanks Greg, Fred and Kevin!
     
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  20. Zee71

    Zee71

    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    I too am inspired by your captures Dez!!! Very nice work, and I enjoy visiting your website as well. Thanks for sharing.
     
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