Chinatown (New York)

ChinatownShot with Nikon D5100 AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6G VR, 55 mm, f/5.6, ISO 200, 1/500 sec, RAW (2012, New York) *TOP10 *NYC

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2 Responses to Chinatown (New York)

  1. taylormm says:

    You’ve captured so much in just one shot. I love how both the people and the buildings go as far back as we can see. There’s a lot of energy here.

    • Max Qubit says:

      Thx for the kind remarks.

      It is really fun to ‘work’ on a single picture. I shoot in RAW, and afterwards process it with Lightroom. I was using LR3 but since a few months I have LR4 which has some fantastic simple features to bring pictures to life. In this case I have ‘balanced’ the light distribution using the ‘gradient’ tool. So I’m toying with the light which is already captured in the RAW.

      First, it is the joy of walking in New York, shooting a ‘good’ picture. Second, it is also the joy to ‘play’ with the RAW afterwards, esp. with great software tools like Lightroom 4. (Third, is sometimes getting nice comments:)

      — Max

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