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Old 09-15-2017   #1
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This is not my usual type of photography but since I was there I though I would try.
























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Wow, your camera takes really nice pictures!

I love them all!

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You're camera takes nice pictures..... that was funny.

Steve "Hunter" takes nice pictures, even those this isn't the normal board for his work, but glad he is trying new things. I think the Empire State building shot on down (minus the Helicopter one) could take some more Vibrance or Saturation, maybe Contrast to get them to pop more.

I think the first "far skyline" (one right after the Empire State Building) could maybe be cropped square, as it is left heavy. Some could get a bit of transform so they aren't leaning in, and a couple are tilted a tiny bit to the left. And I'd try some as B&W images with both pushed to the edges, maybe a bit of crushed blacks.
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You're camera takes nice pictures..... that was funny.

Steve "Hunter" takes nice pictures, even those this isn't the normal board for his work, but glad he is trying new things. I think the Empire State building shot on down (minus the Helicopter one) could take some more Vibrance or Saturation, maybe Contrast to get them to pop more.

I think the first "far skyline" (one right after the Empire State Building) could maybe be cropped square, as it is left heavy. Some could get a bit of transform so they aren't leaning in, and a couple are tilted a tiny bit to the left. And I'd try some as B&W images with both pushed to the edges, maybe a bit of crushed blacks.
Thanks for the feedback. On a rainy day I may go and try that on a few. It's very different than wildlife and I have to think differently with these.
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The part that is especially important is the one a few inches behind the viewfinder.
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Wow... I enjoyed viewing your photos of the "Big Apple" very much... Especially photos #6 and on. They are stellar...

Makes me want to sing a Sinatra tune or cheer for the NY Rangers...

Many thanks for sharing....
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