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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this picture during a trip to New York. Looking at Manhattan Skyline
Time
It was at night, about 8-9 pm
Lighting
The light was artificial in a dark scenery, so I had to increase the ISO.
Equipment
This was shot on a Nikon D5200, with a Tokina 11-16 lens. A tripod was involved too.
Inspiration
I am a self taught photographer, so basically every new shot is a new lesson to learn for me. I wanted to see the Skyline from a peculiar perspective.
Editing
Luckily the shot didn't need much of processing nor editing. Just adjusting the lights.
In my camera bag
Now I did an upgrade to my equipment :) The first thing I always pack is my Nikon D750, together with the 24-120 mm lens. If then I need to shot mainly portraits, I take with me my 50mm lens with has a great aperture. The tripod is basically always with me even if I have no plans for using it... you'll never know!
Feedback
There's not a particular skill needed to capture a similar shot. You just need to be careful to the shooting time, and have a stable tripod.

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