I’m usually not the #museum kind of guy, but the #met in #newyork is worth a visit. First because of its awesome interior and second because of the art exhibitions. There’s even an exhibition about mobile photography in there :)
Long exposure anyone? I took this one of the #newyork skyline and #brooklyn#bridge using Slow Shutter Cam App (review link in the profile). Dumbo, where I took this one, is also a great and quiet place to relax.
Strolling through #newyork I found this skyscraper that’s almost invisible. Amazing, isn’t it?
A perfect view down #broadway to #timesquare from the rooftop bar of the dream midtown hotel where I stayed. Handheld shot using @procamera_app in Low Light Mode with an iPhone 7 Plus
I guess you’ve seen this shot before :) I couldn’t resist to take this classic shot, too and then convert it to #blackandwhite . The #flatiron is simply a photogenic building, isn’t it?
This is another of those “Barney Stinson” shots. I just had to wait for it ... wait for it, until the #oneworldtrade center was visible in its full glory. Shot on iPhone 7 Plus with 2x optical zoom.
2 + 2 = a great photo. For this shot of the Chrysler Building that I took from the top of the #empirestatebuilding I combined the 2x zoom lens by @moment with the 2x optical zoom of the iPhone 7 Plus.
I could spend a week in #centralpark#nyc alone to photograph all those amazing places and views!
Sometimes you have just a few seconds for that shot like when the ferry leaves #libertyisland. And to bring out the background a little more I used the #dehaze adjustment in Lightroom Mobile on my iPhone.
Remember my post from yesterday? Well, here it is: The amazing view from the #topoftherock in #NYC taken with an iPhone using Low Light Mode in @procamera_app. Thanks guys for making such a great app.