Here is a shot of the lower Manhattan section of New York City as seen from Brooklyn Bridge Park in, you guessed it, Brooklyn. Brooklyn Bridge Park offers one of the best views of Manhattan anywhere in the city. To the right you can see the Brooklyn Bridge. If you were standing there with me that night, further down you… Continue readingNew York City Skyline
The cold weather has it’s benefits. One of them is plenty of time to go through unprocessed photos. To borrow a phrase from Forest Gump “you never know what you’re gonna get”. So as I went through pictures that I had taken around the New York City area this batch jumped out at me. This is the Empty Skies Memorial… Continue readingThe Empty Skies Memorial
When I noticed we had a bit of warm weather the other day (short lived) I took a trip out to Brooklyn with camera in hand.
The night was perfect. The temperature was a pleasant 58 degrees and photographers were out everywhere you looked. Everyone seemed to be in a super friendly mood.
I went with a friend and we stopped and talked with other photographers and took pictures for tourists. The tourists seemed to trust us because we had our cameras on impressive looking tripods… fools!
We shot until after midnight and even as we were leaving there were still plenty of photographers out around Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Ever wonder what it is like to photograph an NHL game as part of the media. I mounted a Go Pro camera to the top of my Nikon D3S as I shot a pre-season game at the start of this season. Not just any game, the first NHL game ever to be played at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY.… Continue readingPhotographing an NHL game