The shot is a 4-image panorama off the Staten Island Ferry and a mirrored upper part for more reflections in the water, which I really like.
Settings for each shot: D4s, 70mm, f2.8, ISO6400, 1/60 with VR.
I hope you all like it!
Last year I was lucky enough to be in NYC working for 2 weeks during the Tribute Lights. Had an awesome time making new friends and roaming around the city. This may be one of my favorites.
While in NYC I went up several of the skyscrapers at night. The observation platform at the Rockefeller Center is far from being the highest, but it wins for allowing you to view many of the best buildings in NYC in one view. Buildings like the Empire State building, One World Trade Center in the distance, the Bank of America tower (right), the Chysler building on the right. The light pollution on the ride side of the image is Times Square. The New York skyline is changing, with the massively tall (but very thin) 432 Park Avenue condo building now dominating the skyline over Central Park (I’ll share some shots of it in my upcoming article). There are another five towers taller than the Empire State in the works right now. It is fantastic to see the Big Apple so fully recovered from the devastation of 9/11. This is a four shot pano, stitched and processed in Lightroom.
Technical Information: Canon EOS M3, Canon EF-M 22mm STM, Processed in Adobe Lightroom CC
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