Good Sunday morning,
What a busy day we had yesterday. We started out by visiting the Gordonsville Mud Sale where we ran into a couple of good friends Jerry Esh, Harry Goodman and Stephen Blank! The Mud Sales always provide a great photo opportunity and hopefully I came home with a few keepers.
After spending the morning at the sale, Kelly, Zach and I hurried home for a quick lunch and then headed to Brooklyn Bridge Park in NYC for the afternoon.
Being a workshop instructor/lecturer allows to meet a lot of people from all different areas. Well, Brooklyn was no different, we bumped into Alan Weiner, Michael Downey and Stefanie Michenfelder, what a nice treat seeing a few friends in the big city.
We shot all afternoon and well into the evening at the Brooklyn Bridge Park. I had the opportunity to shoot the pier pilings with the city skyline in the background which I’ve wanted to do for quite some time now.
Life is Good!
I used a two stop Singh-Ray “Galen Rowell” Split ND filter to hold back the skyline.
• Nikon D810
• Tamron Lens –24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC @30mm
• Gitzo GT3542xls tripod
• Lexar CF Card
• Topaz Labs
• Exposure – 30 seconds
• Aperture – f/16
• ISO – 64
• Manual Mode
Best of Light,