A long exposure view of an approaching storm front over Manhattan. This image was taken from the eastern stanchion of the Manhattan Bridge looking southwest during the Memorial Day weekend. Rain and lightning could be seen off in the distance while there were still blue skies behind us. The rain eventually reached us about 15
Was lucky enough to grab this image of lightning flashing over Manhattan during a quick photoshoot on the Manhattan Bridge during the Memorial Day weekend. Rain was starting to get heavy and there wasn’t any cover to attempt more chances.
With a half-day at work because of the holiday weekend, and with a thunderstorm approaching, we decided to try and grab some images of the stormy weather over Manhattan. Took this long exposure image from the eastern stanchion of the Manhattan Bridge looking southwest. The rain was just starting to fall.
Something about this image made me think it looked like an alien landscape. Post-processed the sky separately from the foreground before bringing them both together again. Its a 20 second exposure at 3200 ISO. Point Judith Lighthouse can be seen on the horizon.
This is a panorama attempt at capturing the Milky Way over the Point Judith Lighthouse. Found out later in post-processing, that the 14 mm lens introduced too much distortion to easily stitch the panorama together. And I could never quite straighten out the horizon to my liking. I should have remembered that i ran into
The mostly clear skies during our trip up to Massachusetts for the AT&T Hockey Tournament, didn’t help with golden hour photography, but did provide an opportunity to try some more Milky Way images. We had to endure some very early mornings at Point Judith, RI, to make the attempts. The light pollution was still pretty
This is an image of Zamen taken near the Beavertail Lighthouse just after sunset. He was up on cliff and almost silhouetted against the colorful sunset. This image may be over-saturated but I still don’t think the colors give justice to the actual view that evening.
This is a sunset image, taken with a 10-stop filter, of the Beavertail Lighthouse in Jamestown, RI. We were up there during an AT&T hockey tournament near Boston, and decided to stay a few extra days for some photography. The rainy weather provided some nice cloud cover for the sunset. This image is a 61
Entered this image of the Beavertail Lighthouse into the “Best Photo of the Week” Challenge on DPReview. This 111 second exposure was taken during some rainy weather with a 10-stop filter. Sepia tones added in post. The challenge can be found here.