some pictures from a recent trip to NY

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  1. Mitch1640

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    tell me what you guys think.
     
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    First 2 are my faves. i also really like the bench shot, it's interesting
    love the street feel in the 2nd and the house & vignetting in the 1st
    keep it up!
     
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    Number 2 and 3 from the set for me.

    No.2 I would look at cloning out the flare from the streetlight if possible.
    Unfortunate that the guy who's blurred from slow shutter isn't completely within the
    frame - the composition could be improved by giving him a little more space on
    his rhs.

    No 3. The one strong point about this photo for me is your POV.
    It doesn't have very much to offer otherwise but this makes it standout IMO.

    Hope this helps,
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    I love the shots but I feel like the last two could be stronger if you up'ed the contrast a bit to make it more black and white and less gray. Pics look good though.
     
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    Well, I dont like the first one due to the half black car that attracts my attention instead of the architecture in the background.

    The second is great. Well surprised the dynamics and agitation of a big city like NY. Love it.

    I also like no 4 a lot.
     
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    #3 is genius. It blows all the others away.
     
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    They are all beautiful shots. But number 5 seems close to be cut in half. Number 3 is my favorite--love the geometry.
     

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