The Brooklyn Bridge

(click to view on black // canon 5d mark ii, canon 16-35mm 2.8, 17mm, f/8, iso 100, 292 sec)

A couple of days ago I posted an Instagram photo of a new canvas we bought for the house of one of my shots from New York. You can see a picture of it below. I haven’t posted a shot from that trip in awhile, especially the bridge shots. In the days immediately following my visit there, all my photog buddies that I had met up with were unleashing a torrent of bridge images and we all got sick of them fairly quickly *grin*

But maybe enough time has passed by?

This was taken on the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge. You can see the Manhattan Bridge off in the distance. I have to give some credit to my buddy Brian Matiash for giving me the idea to jump over the railings here to setup a shot on the beach. I tend to take what is given to me sometimes, instead of going for the shot that no one else is thinking about.

I love the way this turned out. I had a 10-stop filter on my lens for 292 seconds and it was kind of a tough shot with the light falling quickly and my inexperience with that filter. There is some graininess to it which I dig and it actually looks quite fantastic on the canvas.

  • http://heathofee.com Heath O’Fee

    Heck yeah, dude. LOVE IT.

  • http://www.cdeangelisphotography.com Chris DeAngelis

    Awesome man! I will never tire of everyone’s bridge shots! Brian is full of great ideas and just knows what makes a good shot sometimes… That’s gonna look great in the house!

  • Chad Stewart

    Inexperience with the filter, I think not. I too recently bought some ND filters and am looking forward to playing with them. I love being able to smooth out the water. There are some fountains near my house that maybe I can shoot soon.

  • http://www.hansrico.com/rss Rick Louie

    Sweet shot! I was only there at night. I need to try to get over there during the day.

  • http://scottwyden.com Scott Wyden Kivowitz

    Looks incredible! Now if only you bathed in the water too

  • http://www.brianfurbush.com/blog Brian Furbush

    You rocked this dude. Canvas looks great.

  • http://www.goldenhourstudios.com Jesse

    Friggin awesome image.

  • http://www.jflphotography.com Jacob Lucas

    Ha… pretty fun we both post shots from NYC today – I guess enough time hasn’t passed yet 😛

    Sick shot of the bridge dude.

  • http://www.toadhollowphotography.com Toad Hollow Photography

    This is fan-flippin-tastic, Mike! Great shot, my friend. It’s a unique perspective of an often-shot icon that’s for sure. Very dramatic and emotional, to say the least. Great work.

  • http://catchthejiffy.com Adam Allegro

    The shot is awesome. Very cool idea. The graininess adds to the shot. Well done!

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