Fuji X70 – 1/125 @ f/2.8 – ISO 320 – Exposure Compensation – minus 1 2/3 stops
Grand Central Terminal, NYC
Fuji X-Pro 2 and XF 23mm f/2.0 Lens – 1/125 @ f/2.8 – ISO 1250
NYC Grand Central Terminal in all of its glory on a Saturday afternoon in October
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Built in 1903 this New York City landmark with its 44 platforms on 49 acres of underground is the largest of its kind in the world. Here my wide angle lens being put to the test capturing its cavernous Main Concourse, the center of Grand Central, at 275 feet in length a 120 feet wide and 125 feet high and is reportedly visited by 20 million plus people every year.
A long exposure, using the railing as a tripod, at Grand Central Terminal in NYC. There is so much activity in the terminal and life moves at a very quick pace. I wanted to capture the ghost like appearances of people as they arrive at the terminal and then exit just as quickly.
While shooting at Grand Central Terminal last fall this gentleman caught my eye. He had the sweetest, most gentle demeanor. He was “tickled” that I asked to photograph him.
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