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RanaJabeen
 
RanaJabeen March 28, 2019
awesome

Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Manhattan last December on a day with the sky that threatened rain at any moment
Time
This was taken on December 14, 2105 at 4:23 PM
Lighting
Absolutely natural lighting
Equipment
This was shot on a Nikon D4S with 14-24 Nikkor f/6,3. The picture consists of 5 shots with the HDR system (-1) made freehand and then merged with Photomatix. I held the ISO 250 to have a high shutter speed (400 to 6400) so as to afford the shot freehand. No other equipment was involved
Inspiration
I really like the threatening sky and the height of the buildings. I used to have a 14-24 (focal length 14 mm) majority visibility cone and a good focus throughout the frame
Editing
I combined the shots with Photomatix to save in TIFF. After I converted the photo in black and white contrast and correcting shadows where it was needed and then save the JPG for publication
In my camera bag
When I snapped this photo I used the Nikon D4S. Now I have the D5 and my travel gear will normally contain these objectives Nikkor: 14-24 f.2.8 - 24-70 f / 2.8 ED VR 8E - 70-200 f / 2.8 VR. This is my normal equipment travel. I have other lenses and equipment that use and transportation depending on what I want to accomplish
Feedback
Difficult to give technical advice as the ones I used are those that I judge to be fair to make this photo. Maybe the picture would have been even better if I used a tripod but the weight of what I had with me would not let me also add a tripod.

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