Ton Orga Photography

Week forty-four

= BETTER TEACH BY EXAMPLE =

The second post about New York is all about B&W photos from different points of the city. The UN building (the most secured place I’ve ever been), Empire State building from the High Line and a seagull at lower Manhattan. I have to recover all those weeks without posting, and I’ll do it with travel pictures from those weeks… You can expect a new post tomorrow! I hope you will like all of them.

Location: UN Building, NYC
Camera: Nikon D80 + DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED — Focal length: 10.5mm (15mm equivalent)
Aperture: 8.0f — Speed: 1/250”  — ISO: 100

Bonus pictures:

= ESB I =

Location: High Line, NYC
Camera: Nikon D80 + AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VRII — Focal length: 70mm (105mm equivalent) on multiple shot composition.
Aperture: 2.8f — Speed: 1/1250”  — ISO: 100

= ESB II =

Location: High Line, NYC
Camera: Nikon D80 + AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VRII — Focal length: 100mm (150mm equivalent)
Aperture: 18.0f — Speed: 1/30”  — ISO: 100

= BEST VIEWS OF THE STATUE OF LIBERTY =

Location: Lower Manhattan, NYC
Camera: Nikon D80 + AF-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4G — Focal length: 50mm (75mm equivalent)
Aperture: 3.5f — Speed: 1/4000”  — ISO: 320