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Times square rush

By billysphoto
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Always busy, always in rush. Centre of all things - Times Square!

Check out my other works at [link]
Image details
Image size
3456x2304px 5.7 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Shutter Speed
1/2 second
Aperture
F/22.0
Focal Length
10 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Dec 21, 2007, 6:55:51 PM
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© 2008 - 2021 billysphoto
Comments200
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kiebitz's avatar
really great work! :-)
globetrotter85's avatar
I featured your great photo here: [link]
Hope you like it :-)
xatDefect's avatar
Wow! I Love it!
Venece's avatar
it's nice, really ... but there are tons of pictures like this ...
iiLucky's avatar
Do you mind if I use this?
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gerdez's avatar
Why do you people change the SKY? Otherwise a nice photo.
billysphoto's avatar
its not.

just dropped few stops in pp.
dtbsz's avatar
it's not?!?! :rofl: it's screaming photoshop!! dude.... for real

+ u should read this: [link] concerning your watermark....
gerdez's avatar
by few you mean... all the way... right? like 4 full stops or more? The problem is that the buildings look very awkward and light by the toned down sky.
billysphoto's avatar
i know that. i do have an updated version of this. more careful work un edges for buildings and etc. ill have to update it later.
Freebird2005's avatar
Great job! I love that the cars and everything are in motion, but not the people. Definitely how I feel when I'm in Uptown.
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lolita-lolita's avatar
This is just mind-blowing.
bogdantoboc's avatar
Your work is amazing! Congratulations!
AlexGutkin's avatar
Nice picture, fine motion!
ma-no's avatar
Featured here: [link]
:heart:
Kerpowie's avatar
Very beautiful! This picture is from a year ago right? Anyways, I'd like to get some photography help from you! Was the original setting very bright? Because 1/3 and f22 should produce a pretty dark picture am i right? But here it was perfect! I'm a beginner photographer and would love to learn how u managed to do this! Did it take more than one try or did u just know the right settings? PLEASE AND THANKYOU!
DrewHopper's avatar
Beautiful shot :)
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