Friday, May 15, 2009

Brooklyn Bridge

I've pointed out in the past that one way to take an interesting picture is to shoot it from a different angle or perspective than we normally see it at. Here's a shot of the Brooklyn Bridge that I took last year which, I think, illustrates the point.

Canon Xsi, 18-55mm lens at 28mm
f/4, 1/1600 second
Taken from a Circle Line boat in the East River

As usual, comments, critiques and criticisms are welcome and appreciated.

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The Wolf

Previous Photos:
Ducks on Golden Pond
April Showers
The Tranquil Road In the Marsh
Are You Looking At Me?
Sunset Over The Hudson
First Day of Spring
Duck Again!
Llama -- an Unorthodox Picture
Yellow Flower
Panorama: Empire State
Borei M'Orei HaAish
Floral Macro: How Close Can You Get?
Shutter Speed & Light Trails on the Brooklyn Bridge
On The Wings of Gerber Daisies
Sometimes, an Out-of-Focus Shot Works Well Too
The Ghosts Of Grand Central
Third Night
Shooting From A Different Angle
Sunflower Arrangement (discussion of lens apertures and depth of field)
Empire (basic discussion of lenses)
Hovering Bee
Sunflower Macro
Statue of Liberty
Trinity Church, September 11, 2008
Manhattan Tulips


Garnel Ironheart said...

If I'm not incorrect, this is the bridge whose ruins were shown in the Battlestar Galactica episode where they think they find "Earth", yes?

BrooklynWolf said...

I wouldn't know. I never watch Battlestar Galactica.

The Wolf