Flat Iron

In a few weeks I’ll be driving through NYC and will try to stop at B&H store. I want to see Sony A7R camera in person. I could rent and test it for a longer time, and I might do that, but first having it in my hands for a few minutes to get a feel for it would be nice. Also, I just like to stop by that store and see bunch of other good stuff.

I won’t be able to spend much time in the city and do any sight seeing, like the Flat Iron Building.

Click me!!!

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12 Responses to Flat Iron

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  2. Human Relationships says:

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  3. kmoser56 says:

    Glorious! You captured it well! Never thought about renting a camera for test purposes. Interesting (I need to start thinking out of the box).

  4. mithriluna says:

    Superb! It almost looks like you photoshopped the building into the picture – the details of the building are so clear, from the top to the bottom. From time to time, my daughter rents lenses, not from B&H but from somewhere closer to us in NJ.

    • Dmitrii says:

      I usually rent from the BorrowLenses (there is a link on the right side), I can pick it up from different locations, or they ship it to my house. Easy and painless.

  5. RobynG says:

    Wonderful image Dmitrii! I really like it! Enjoy your visit to B and H! There is nothing like it…any where!

  6. natuurfreak says:

    Woooooow so high.It makes me a little afraid.

  7. Peter says:

    Gorgeous photo, thank you for sharing!

  8. I used to live near this building, great shot.

  9. Joanie says:

    Great photo of the Flatiron building! I love going into B&H, too… I always compare it to Santa’s workshop because there are so many people working there and especially because of those conveyor belts carrying all those goodies!!

  10. E.D. says:

    most unusual and of course eye-catching.. thanks eve.

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