Grand Central

Grand Central Terminal, New York City.

TAGS: [Black & White, New York City]

April 2, 2010 | 39 comments
B&W D700 New York City

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/18 | Exposure bias: -4/6EV | Focal length: 24mm | ISO: 200 | Shutter speed: 2.5s |



39 comments

  • Kevin on 02.04.2010 @ 09:07

    Ah ha! I was here last weekend! What a small world! Excellent shot!

  • Andrey Samolinov on 02.04.2010 @ 09:28

    Very good picture
    Athmosphere and colour - i like it

  • Shawn Bierman on 02.04.2010 @ 09:30

    Love the motion; some are frozen and others are unstoppable.

  • jess on 02.04.2010 @ 10:05

    A classic shot. You executed it very well.

  • Bee on 02.04.2010 @ 10:26

    Someday I'll be walking there :)

  • Ben on 02.04.2010 @ 10:58

    Great composition! Love how you captured the movement.

  • Jim K on 02.04.2010 @ 11:08

    Great capture, great eye, the motion sequence is interesting

  • yz on 02.04.2010 @ 11:09

    spectacular

  • fabrizio on 02.04.2010 @ 11:17

    very nice building for a very impressive photo, perfect in tones and depth

  • george@minimalistics on 02.04.2010 @ 11:30

    I love this shot of this NY iconic location. I've seen this angle before, but your brilliant toning makes it stand apart from the others. Excellent.

  • Ryan Rahn on 02.04.2010 @ 12:25

    Love the contrast and the motion! Great image!

  • PhotoGeek on 02.04.2010 @ 12:27

    Wow, this is a fantastic picture that many people would love to hang on their wall! Is it on purpose that there's a bit of vignetting around the edges? Gives the composition a bit of "tunnel vision", making such a large indoor space feel a little cramped, bringing the vast space down to more human proportions.

  • Frank de Jol on 02.04.2010 @ 13:15

    Excellent shot!

  • Otto K. on 02.04.2010 @ 17:02

    excellent. fits this busy place so well.

  • elena on 02.04.2010 @ 17:27

    wow a fantastic picture, great effect!

  • Argos on 02.04.2010 @ 22:33

    Great picture, perfect use of near-sepia tones!

  • Mark Johnson on 03.04.2010 @ 00:35

    Such a beautiful building, and this gives a sense of the enormity. Nice desaturated image!

  • Fotografia Ślubna Warszawa on 03.04.2010 @ 02:23

    ouuu I want to go there.

  • Henning Welslau on 03.04.2010 @ 03:11

    wow like last year...

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/welslau/4467373403/in/set-72157623718331584/

  • jelb on 03.04.2010 @ 08:46

    bonsoir,
    An amazing instant exposure..Beautiful range of tones..Bravo!

  • Oscar on 03.04.2010 @ 08:57

    Fantastic 2,5 sec.

  • Brian Chen on 03.04.2010 @ 15:50

    That is such a gorgeous shot, I wish to visit N.Y. one day.

  • aiGi.boGa on 04.04.2010 @ 05:33

    Excelente tratamiento y composición, me gusta la gente que sale en movimiento¡:D

  • foto-rolero54 on 04.04.2010 @ 05:36

    Beautiful realization, beautiful color, good treatment, congratulation, Curieux I had to leave a comment here?

  • JJ on 04.04.2010 @ 07:58

    Super shot of the main concourse, love the tones and ghosting of people

  • rian on 04.04.2010 @ 20:41

    classic & timeless! beautiful shot! :D

  • sherri on 04.04.2010 @ 22:46

    A beautiful display of the American flag. I like the motion blur in the forefront. It gives a sense of trying to meet schedules.

  • bluechameleon on 05.04.2010 @ 09:31

    Bravo! The motion and blur of those in a hurry are perfect against this architecture. I love the tones and desaturated colour.

  • Bob Towery on 05.04.2010 @ 11:10

    Beautiful slice of city life image. Well done.

  • Klaus on 06.04.2010 @ 00:46

    Love the well toning in your PP, well done Faisal.

  • celine on 06.04.2010 @ 10:24

    What a shot! I love the tones, and the blur motion from people moving. Really well done.

  • yiannis krikis on 06.04.2010 @ 11:26

    great work with colors and mood

  • Michelle on 06.04.2010 @ 12:49

    The motion blur is a nice addition to a classic shot.

  • WTFoto!? on 06.04.2010 @ 14:40

    Excellent capture! I like the desaturation of the image.

  • joshi daniel on 06.04.2010 @ 14:55

    so much life! nice!

  • Arjan - PlasticDaisy on 06.04.2010 @ 15:49

    Really cool!! I can almost hear the 'buzz' of all these people.

  • crash on 06.04.2010 @ 21:26

    classic shot ... love the tones ... I always take crappy pics in here ... gotta bring a tripod or something ...

  • Nestor Antonio on 18.06.2010 @ 09:10

    Great tones. Stopping time in a non stop city!

  • ryan on 02.09.2010 @ 14:04

    excellent image...love how the flag looks over everything! well done.