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Old Aug 5, 2013, 5:08 AM   #1
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NY,

all with a k5 and 10-20mm sigma


Central park


a streetshot ?
1/1000sec f4.5 iso160 (10mm)


direction times square at night
1/30sec, f8, iso280 (20mm)


direction times square at night with my two ladies
first shot, 1/8sec , f5.6, iso280 slow sync flash (17mm)



Thanks for watching and any c&c is welcome

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Superb , especially like the Times Square shots . Were those handheld ?
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Great shots of Times Square and Central Park. 10 mm sure makes a difference.
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Love the night shots.

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Nice job on the night shots, I assume you hand held them

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Superb , especially like the Times Square shots . Were those handheld ?
Thanks Forzahibs, yep they where handheld, I'm not showing those that where more movement than anything else
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Great shots of Times Square and Central Park. 10 mm sure makes a difference.
Thanks PB,

New York is really the place to play around with a wide angle.
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Love the night shots.

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Thanks Hans, yes they where handheld, although you saw a lot of guys lugging a tripod around.
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Ronny, I especially liked your Time Square photos.. the colour, exposure.. really, really nice.
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