Taken many years ago unfortunately my camera at the time was a low end Nikon. Need to go back with my 'proper gear'.
I've been to NYC 9 times and this is the first time I went to Exchange Place for particularly getting this shot. Feedback is appreciated.
On the D5600, 24mm crops to 36mm, F/9, ISO-100, 8 seconds, 3 shots blended to bring out the blue hour, building and light trails. I will be cutting out the cranes you can kind of see when I print this. And for fun Iv added the cell phone photo of me taking the photos lol.
My first post here, hope you enjoy it!
This unique factory, built in 1886, was formerly used as a biscuit- and chocolatefactory. The bulding is located in Zaandam, The Netherlands, directly next to the Zaan river. Since 2004, it is used as a multifunctional building, housing a library, food market, restaurant, gym and several other small...
The DNA of the National Museum of Natural History - BluPrint. Looking up at the Tree of Life structure and dome which now covers the central courtyard of the adaptive reuse of the original Antonio Toledo-designed building, by Dominic Galicia Architects and Periquet Galicia, Inc.
A hybrid system of a single layer shell and trusses is...
Time blended shot taken at the Mission Inn in Riverside, CA. The light streaks from the cars were to cover up some huge trash bins on the right side of the building. The cars were actually there later in the evening.
I'm an offsite student from Sardinia in Turin, Italy. I'm not seeking a career into photography as engineering school already owns the credits for my constantly raising hair loss rate, so better not to push my brain limits too much as the gap from engineer to mad-freaky guy is pretty tight.
With that being sad, I find my...
I took this picture the other day in Santa Monica but then I realized that I actually missed that moment and forgot to enjoy it because I was looking at it through the viewfinder trying to take a good picture.
A classic view of Manhattan and one, less known, of New Jersey on long exposure.
We have plenty of really interesting architecture in Miami and this building is one of my favorite.
Pentax K1 - rokinon 14mm
Shot with D5600 with the Tamron 10-24. Settings were F/8, ISO-100, 4 seconds at 19mm. I left the foreground with the parkinglot in the picture because I am practicing that with the wide angle lens or I would have cropped it out.
my night in Budapest in Hungary. this building is simply amazing. How do you guys like it?
I photograph this on a beautiful November evening
I Used a Sony A 7R3 16-35 GM
Just a few shots taken from the 37th floor of a Miami hotel/condo.