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Aircraft in NYC



From a museum on a destroyer

From a museum on a destroyer
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Location
I took this shot in New York City, at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum to be exact. It's a museum situed in a aircraft carrier where we can see a rocket, multiple aircrafts and even visit a submarine.
Time
I went thure during an afternoon at the beginning of December.
Lighting
When I went, I got lucky. The week before my travel, it was snowing in New York but the whole time I was there it was sunny and warm. Then a few days after I left they got a snow storm. I don't know if it's interesting to share but it amazed me to get that lucky.
Equipment
At that time I owned a Nikon D5300 and used a Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3.
Inspiration
There were allt those beautiful aircrafts and I saw the sun right behind them. I'm someone who likes trapping the sun on objects or in between leaves, etc... So at that moment it was worth taking a shot.
Editing
I used Lightroom to adjust the lights and shadows and modified a bit the colors to give it a more dramatic look.
In my camera bag
Now I essentially have my Nikon z6II with a Nikkor 14-30mm f/4 S and 24-70mm f/4 S, I carry them everywhere.
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Waiting for the sun to be low in sky, in the end of afternoons the light is softer and will allow you to not have hard shadows that you'll be able to enlight in post production.

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