Manhattan Bridge

I really like my super wide 14-24 lens. On a full frame camera it is doing its true 14mm at its widest. See how much you can get into it. Almost entire Manhattan Bridge in all of its glory.

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41 Responses to Manhattan Bridge

  1. Again beautiful, Dmitrii!

  2. Beautiful as always. What ever you post I’ll just close my eyes and hit the like button. πŸ˜€

  3. Love the colours – for me, HDR works particulalry well in these situations.

  4. Robert Boscacci says:

    great shot.

  5. wildfirehv says:

    Stunning shot!!

  6. anabelldailypic says:

    Your pictures are fantastic!

  7. Absolutely beautiful , glossy photos!

  8. zelmare says:

    Stunning! πŸ™‚

  9. This brings back memories of when I drove over it many. many times
    to get to the city from Brooklyn. Thanks for the flashback.
    Great photo ……

  10. Olivia Mair says:

    fabulous lighting!

  11. Carine says:

    Wow! It’s beautiful!

  12. It will do for me….great

  13. Fantastic. A real sweeping view.

  14. that is really a stunning shot! I’ve been eyeing this lens since it was released but can’t afford it 😦

  15. Simply FANTASTIC! WOW!

  16. It is glorious, Dmitrii!

  17. 8teen39 says:

    Beautiful shot. I may have to re-think my next purchase, which was to be a 55-200mm telephoto lens.

  18. Mike says:

    She’s a beauty!

  19. Daniela says:

    Beautiful, beautiful shot.

  20. Croick says:

    Dmitrii, I think this is a really interesting image, but I worry that HDR makes it all look artificial. There is a tendency today, led by the photography magazines (in the UK anyway) to pump up pictures with HDR and excess colour saturation like athlete on steroids. I really believe a strong image should stand without needing that artifice, and I’m sure your images are strong enough. It’s like adding ‘E’s’ to food to boost colour and flavour. Let’s go organic! Just as we prefer organic food, I think we might prefer organic photographs.

  21. Awesome – great work!

  22. Yeah this is pretty awesome – personally I don’t think it looks artificial. I imagine while you stood there this is closer to what it ‘looked’ like then the typical snapshot. As always keep up the great work – your blog is an inspiration!

  23. putneyfarm says:

    Great shot. Like the blog…lot’s of images of familiar places..

  24. Melissa says:

    Love the color of the bridge against the sky. I haven’t used my Tokina DC 12-24mm in a long time but this is inspiring me!

  25. Jessica says:

    Fantastic picture… I lived in NYC for 7 years and still never get sick of seeing shots like this one! Also just wanted to say thanks for stopping by my blog; I’m excited to check out all of your travel pictures now!

  26. You captured the romance of the bridge.

  27. That is sheer beauty of colour and emotion – thanks. Glad got to your site!

  28. aquacompass7 says:

    From Japan. Thank you for visiting my blog often. Your photograph is always wonderful.

  29. Stunning – looking at a 12-24mm right now, miss a really wide lens for my full frame

  30. John Ferebee says:

    Isn’t photography great. You shoot the Manhattan Bridge in all it glory and 3000 miles west I shoot a simple solitary Oak tree. I really like your work.

  31. thomas peck says:

    Cracking shot – shows what a 14mm lens can do!

  32. ninacollosi says:

    Beautiful shot! I also love a wide lens. You can fit so much in!

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