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Old Mar 20, 2014, 10:37 PM   #1
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Today we had a beautiful sunset in NYC so I took my OMD to shot with the big stopper at DUMBO.

It was really challenging having the sun inn front of the camera and it created some flare but I am happy with the results.



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DUMBO: Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass
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Absolutely gorgeous. Great perspective. Rule of thirds be damned.
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.... and I like the iridescence in the clouds.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_iridescence
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Old Mar 21, 2014, 10:11 AM   #5
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.... and I like the iridescence in the clouds.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_iridescence

Thank you ChiPersei, I'm glad you like it. Thank you for the link also, very informative.

I converted the same picture to B&W, not too happy with the conversion but I'll try again tonight.

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Marcelo,

I like it and I like the B&W actually better, it does something for the pilings that are in direct line with the sunset.

One question, what is the Big Stopper? a ND filter?
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OMG ! Very nice
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I like it and I like the B&W actually better, it does something for the pilings that are in direct line with the sunset.

One question, what is the Big Stopper? a ND filter?
Thank you for mthe feedback, yes the Big Stopper is a 1000x ND filter.

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Wow......nice.

In that middle image, what building is the one with the green lighting on top?
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