Handheld, f/2.8, shutter 1/30s. ISO 6400 With a tripod I could have used a smaller aperture and possibly avoided those blobby light balls glowing around the lamps, but otherwise I’m rather pleased with how this came out under the circumstances.
Category Archives: Parks
Usually when standing on the Brooklyn Bridge Park walkway you point the camera towards Manhattan, but sometimes it helps to turn it back towards Brooklyn because you just might find something interesting. Those are the semi-famous pylons that almost every photographer gets a shot of looking towards the Manhattan skyline. I myself took more […]
This is ever so slightly different from what I expected when I took the photo. I was certain that I would take the stark contrast, further amplify it in black and white, and then maybe push it towards a high key effect to really play up the whiteness. But when I looked closely at […]
That’s a familiar scene in the background with a relatively newcomer in the foreground: the Squibb Park bridge, a $5 million pedestrian suspension bridge connecting Brooklyn Heights with Brooklyn Bridge Park. It uses trail bridge technologies to sway and bounce with every step, but with $5 million of engineering prowess and galvanized steel cables […]