NYC Monochrome

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New York City in Black & White. D300 & 17-55mm lens @ ISO 200.

East 82nd Street [1/400 at f/8]
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Manhattan & Brooklyn Bridges [1/160 at f/8]
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Classic Car [1/500 at f/8]
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Lower Manhattan [20sec at f/8]
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Mt. Zion Cemetery [1/1000 at f/13]
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42nd Street [ISO 800, 1/50 at f/8]
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More monochrome here:
http://photos.dezmix.com/p340264857
 
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great series Dez
love the cemetary shot, where is that ?

nyc lends itself very well to B&W
 
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ah.....
i know that building in the first image well
excellent shot
love the mt. zion cemetary as well

wonderful imagery

thanks for sharing it here
 
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thanks

ever been to Greenwood in Brooklyn?

I gotta get back there, Central Park was designed with Greenwood in mind...
 
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thanks

ever been to Greenwood in Brooklyn?

I gotta get back there, Central Park was designed with Greenwood in mind...

Yes, I've been to the Green-Wood Cemetery. Great architecture in there.
 
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As always Dez, I admire your work. I'm a big fan of black and white photography as well. B/W images are sometimes more powerful than color.
 
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Cemetery shot is cool !

PS... don't you get tired of people telling you everyday that you take nice photos. LOL
 
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I always liked the view of the city in B&W. It show off the texture of the building much better. Nice series of photos.
 

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