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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Another vista of Manhattanhenge -- this one from 42nd Street to include the Chrysler Building.  The photo has the same specs as the one I did for the blog a couple days ago: Nikon D700 with 24-70mm zoom but without the star filter.
Here I wanted to capture more of a panoramic vista by using a 24mm lens and cropping to accentuate the horizontal.

...and here is the same shot with an over-done star filter.

A telephoto shot from the same viewpoint taken with the Nikkor 80-400mm zoom set to a 400mm focal length just as the sun finally went down.
Hundreds of photographers and tourists were out to view the sunset from points along 42nd Street and other major intersections.

A fisheye view of photographers waiting for the sun to appear from behind a distant building.  Makes you wonder how anyone could capture an image at all.

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