Pictures from my NYC trip

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  1. bigalbest

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    I took this from Top of the Rock, three bracketed exposures combined in Photomatix, 24mm. They don't allow tripods for what reason I don't know, but there are concrete pedestals you can set the camera on to keep it somewhat stable.

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    This image of Central Park was also processed in Photomatix using five bracketed exposures, but I also blended multiple layers in CS3.

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    Here is a picture I took on the flight home to Arizona, 24mm slightly overexposed and then darkened using the exposure slider in CS3 raw adjustments window.
     
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    the top one is very good! love it.
     
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    Thank you aliaks.
     
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    How did you get outside the plane like that? I am SO telling homeland security! :D

    But all seriousness aside, I like that bottom one. Window shots are so hard and that's a pretty good one!

    Thanks!


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    Oh, there's 3... The top one didn't load the 1st time. It looks like it might be good... it's way to small to tell though.
     
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    Check out a larger version at http://www.flickr.com/photos/22790325@N04/2636677770/sizes/o/
     
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    Wow, very nice! I like the first one, the clouds really add to the atmosphere!
    And I like the way the clouds and the city both pull me towards the middle.

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    Did you shoot raw images?
     
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    I like them all.
     
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    I can definitely see a bit of blur in the first one, but it really is an amazing perspective. Central park is HUGE!!

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Bravo on all.. I love the B&W.
     
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    Not much blur really but the air was a bit murky I think.
     

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