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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by pydoublee, May 12, 2015.
Sunset & moon rise over NYC.
Olympus EM5, 12-35mm F2.8 lens, tripod
1/6, f/5.6, ISO 200, 60mm
Wow. Lovely capture.
I assume this was taken from somewhere in Weehauken?
Thank you! Yes, this was taken near Hamilton Park in Weehawken, NJ. It is a very nice spot that looks straight into Times Square.
Great shot. I used to live in Edgewater and Exchange Place (Jersey City). Both offered spectacular views of NYC.
Cracking shot, makes me want to visit!
Fantastic shot - really like the fact you captured the "New Yorker" neon sign - if the skyline wasn't recognisable to the viewer it is now!
One to frame!
Thank you for the kind words! You guys should definitely visit NYC. There's alot of good spots, and I'm still trying to explore more! Cheers!
I used to live in Manhattan for around 9 years and right across the river in Edgewater and Exchange Place (Jersey City) for a number of years as well. NYC offers some of the best photo opportunities. It's worth visiting NYC just as a photo vacation although there's so much more to do in the city as well.
Right now I live in Seoul, Korea and I feel the same about Seoul as I do about NYC, maybe even more so.
hey amazing shot, what filter did you use for it? thanks
Thank you! I did not use any filters, only a tripod and some good old LR adjustments.