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NY Sky

September 8th, 2011

I shot this from the Empire State Building in 2010.

Canon EOS 500D, Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II. Shot at 32mm. Processed in Adobe Lightroom 3.

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Posted By: alexdenton
about 12 years, 9 months ago
This is an excellent picture in all regards. The expansive view and the tilted focus are my favorite aspects.

I'm no photographer so I don't know how this could be improved. Great work.
Posted By: odkkoma
about 12 years, 9 months ago
Great view and nice colors. I feel like I'm playing with toys, but...

why did you use the fake blur? The blur is really badly done and does not add a sense of depth at all.
Posted By: Marblewood
about 12 years, 9 months ago
Very much like the feel and coloring of the picture. The density of the buildings looks very good.

The blurring adds a lot, but I think however there is a little too much of it on the right side, I think it would be better if the smaller buildings just across the river would be sharp as well.

But worse I think is the way that the top op the crysler building is blurred, it looks like you were a bit too enthusiastic with the tool ;-). Either blur the whole think building, or preferably not at all. (Same with the tall black building next to it, the top seems off)
Posted By: Deereper
about 12 years, 9 months ago
Hey German fellow :)
Unfortunately I have to agree with Marblewood and odkkoma.
The urban scenery looks astonishing and the colors are vivid.
But the blur effect looks very bad placed and gives the picture this strange toy appearance.
Posted By: Mr Bob
about 12 years, 9 months ago
This is a beautiful picture ! Very talented and with nice colors.

But, please post the master, and forget the blur ! This "toy effect" attenuates the effect of this magnificent point of view.
Posted By: CommanderLuv
about 12 years, 9 months ago
I was tryin to think of the movies i love to watch always, turns out u r in all of them! so unfortunately i think u r my favorite actor :)

the top of the empire state should not look blurry because its the same distance as the building .... other than that the pic is cooool
Posted By: Josh220
about 12 years, 9 months ago
Cool shot of the city. Definitely picked the right time of year to post this for popularity(near 9/11)...

Not digging the blurring. I can't tell if it is poor post processing or if it was done with a tilt-shift. Either way, it's too much... some of the buildings are getting blurred at the tops. I'd prefer to see the original.
Posted By: m0n0lyth
about 12 years, 8 months ago
Cool picture but ever since I put it on my desktop I can't help but notice something strange about it. If you look at the MetLife building, and then go directly down and a bit to the right you'll see a white building that looks like it had a fairly extensive fire. Anyone know anything about that?

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