Took these about a month ago when I took my niece to watch NYC change from light to dark to lit up.
Wall Mount Boat Racks
Deck Rigging Gear
Touring Kayak Paddles
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the magic hour|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Sep-04-13 8:12 AM (EST)
Nice. Good shots of the new One World Trade Center.
Posted by: poleplant on Sep-04-13 10:49 AM (EST)
Great shots Andy. A magical view, especially from trhe water.
Posted by: Andy_Szymczak on Sep-04-13 11:23 AM (EST)
I've got 3 of those little rascals!
Posted by: Kudzu on Sep-04-13 5:50 PM (EST)
What lens or lenses? NT|
Posted by: PlacidPaddler on Sep-04-13 6:10 PM (EST)
Posted by: dougd on Sep-04-13 6:26 PM (EST)
Really enjoyed them and I'm not a fan of cities! I'll bet your niece was impressed!
Used two different ones|
Posted by: Andy_Szymczak on Sep-04-13 8:00 PM (EST)
28 to 200 MM and a 78-300 mm IS, also used a pole "pod" to stabilize as best as I could. I trashed about 100 photo's just playing with the manual settings. No way you can take night photo's like that with a point and shoot.
Not quite the same|
Posted by: tktoo on Sep-04-13 10:49 PM (EST)
without those towers, is it?
Some other thoughts|
Posted by: Andy_Szymczak on Sep-05-13 12:32 PM (EST)
When taking shots at night, it's really important that the camera is rock solid still. But even the action of pressing the shutter button can cause shake. Next time, I plan to use my remote control and get a better tripod than I have now. The pole I have works fine but can't use my infrared remote. Even holding the pole with one hand transmits my heart beat and can cause a shake.