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Old Feb 2, 2014, 9:32 PM   #1
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NYC was busy last week because the Super Bowl and they changed the color lightning of some buildings:

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I said it once before and I'll say it again. Wow! Amazing color and detail. What's the name of the subject building? Always loved night scenes and these are great.
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Really nice color and ingenuity in lighting those buildings to produce the effects.
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What's the name of the subject building?
I found the Helmsley building on street view. Was thinking there would be a building opposite from which photos #3 and 4 were taken. Not so. Perspective correction? Helicopter?

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I said it once before and I'll say it again. Wow! Amazing color and detail. What's the name of the subject building? Always loved night scenes and these are great.
Thank you so much, it is the Helmsley Building, (I made a mistake on the subject... sorry).

I really love my Olympus set up for night scenes, it is so light and easy too carry.

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Really nice color and ingenuity in lighting those buildings to produce the effects.
Thank you James, it is the firs time I see this building with this changing lights, it is a nice subject to photograph.

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I found the Helmsley building on street view. Was thinking there would be a building opposite from which photos #3 and 4 were taken. Not so. Perspective correction? Helicopter?
It is the Helmsley Building, (sorry about my typo) and behind it is the MetLife Building.
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I'l keep saying what the others have said. And everytime that I see your posts of night shots of NYC, I keep thinking that they are perfect travel magazine shots.
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Thank you so much Steven for the nice comments.
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