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Old Apr 9, 2013, 9:43 AM   #1
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Bryan Park is only two blocks from Grand Central Station.

In the same block is the New York Public Library, it is a beautiful building and I hope I can photograph it from inside one of this days.

The Bank Of America building is right on the corner of the park and the Empire State Building just 3 blocks of it.

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Old Apr 9, 2013, 10:32 AM   #2
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Yes I sure did. Your long exposure night shots of the city are awesome and apropo for the city that never sleeps
Surely you must be using a tripod or some sort of support for these?
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RA said, "Yes I sure did."

Me too, thanks Marcelo.
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More WoW shots Marcelo

Thank you for sharing
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Thanks Marcelo, you just put NYC into my Photography "Bucket List"

Very nice serie again !
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Those are all just beautiful shots. You certainly know what you're doing for sure.
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Yes I sure did. Your long exposure night shots of the city are awesome and apropo for the city that never sleeps
Surely you must be using a tripod or some sort of support for these?
Thank you Ramcewan,

I bought an inexpensive magnesium alloy tripod, it's weight only 2.6 lbs

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ripod_Kit.html

It's a great tripod for traveling but if you are shooting under windy conditions you will need something sturdy.


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RA said, "Yes I sure did."

Me too, thanks Marcelo.
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More WoW shots Marcelo

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Thanks Marcelo, you just put NYC into my Photography "Bucket List"

Very nice serie again !
Thank you folob, NYC is an amazing experience, specially for a photographer.
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More gorgeous shots of the city Marcelo. Absolutely top notch.
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More gorgeous shots of the city Marcelo. Absolutely top notch.
Thank you Steven for the feedback, I'm glad you like it.

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Thank you Ramcewan,

I bought an inexpensive magnesium alloy tripod, it's weight only 2.6 lbs

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ripod_Kit.html

It's a great tripod for traveling but if you are shooting under windy conditions you will need something sturdy.
That is a nice tripod, I was able to purchase a like new Induro Adventure AKB1 Tripod Kit at a really great price. I was in my local shop and the tripod was in the used section with the shoulder bag, box and it still had the plastic wrappings. It weighs about a pound more than the tripod you have and it is a really great tripod. As for high winds, carry a strap that you can hook to your camera bag and attach the strap to your tripod in the center between the legs of your tripod with the strap very tight and the bag on the ground. It works great during high winds keeping your tripods and cameras for tipping over during those very windy outings with your camera.
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ripod_Kit.html
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