Photo © Albert Chen
Manhattan night from above
A through-the-window shot from the top of One World Trade center in New York city to capture this fascinating city after-twilight. The skyscrapers, the bridge, the sunset, busy traffic, and the well-known architecture, the Oculus, on the ground all contributed to this image’s distinctiveness. A tripod was not permitted to bring up to the top of the building so I had to boost up the ISO during the after-twilight time. In addition, because it was a through-the-window shot, the window reflection was inevitable. However, these two factors may jeopardize the picture quality but did not compromise the atmosphere of this stunning scene.
Albert Chen UNITED STATES
Albert Chen is a Houston-based photographer and an award recipient of a number of international photography contests including IPA, SWPA, Px3, NDPA, MPA, IPOTY, FAPA, NDPA & TIFA. He loves photographing, tells stories through his work, and can’t live without it. Being a photographer wasn’t his original career plan, his photographing started from a hobby and then transformed it into a passion. And now, it becomes his daily life.
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