Here is one from a "new" series that I started actually about a year ago.
This particular image was shot during a long weekend that I spend in NYC and during which I met a few good friends and photographers: Julia Anna Gospodarou, Francois Roux Photography, Connie Fisher and Eduard Moldoveanu. While shooting this image I was actually on the phone with Julia, trying to figure out where and when to meet to shoot the skyline from the NJ side. While speaking I got entirely lost how long one of my exposures was, and I decided to stop it, entirely randomly and... it was one of the best I had done during the entire weekend :) Sometimes photographers need to get lucky :)
As a side note, Julia shared her gigantic pano from the shoot we did together on her profile very recently, so go check it out! :)
As a side, side note (:D) this shot is a stitch of 3 individual 3 minutes images. The tilt effect is entirely in camera, accentuated by the wide aperture.
As a side side side note (!!!), this is one of the images that will be showed at my upcoming solo exhibit in Paris next week. Opening is Tuesday, more details on my profile.
One World Trade Center.
World Trade Center, New York City, NY, USA, 2015.
See this image bigger and better quality on my site:
~260s exposure each shot (3 shots_
Shot with 16 stops Joel Tjintjelaar IRND kit from Formatt Hitech Filters
Three vertical images shifted vertically and stitched together (top, middle, bottom).
Silver Efex Pro2
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