Hells Kitchen

Hells Kitchen. New York City.

TAGS: [New York City]

July 21, 2010 | 39 comments
B&W New York City

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/5 | Exposure bias: -2/6EV | Focal length: 34mm | ISO: 200 | Shutter speed: 1.6s |



39 comments

  • rian on 21.07.2010 @ 10:34

    that's one classy nyc shot.. love it! :)

  • yz on 21.07.2010 @ 12:52

    love the high contrast rendering

  • Visio Planet photoblog. on 21.07.2010 @ 13:12

    I love the film noir kinda touch. Makes it a classic shot.

  • Otto K. on 21.07.2010 @ 14:25

    such beautiful light. really nice!

  • Oscar on 21.07.2010 @ 14:58

    I like de light blue! incredible

  • Jaol on 21.07.2010 @ 15:16

    A classic one, always welcomed to the joy of our eyes. Well done mate.

  • fabrizio on 21.07.2010 @ 15:36

    great panorama!!! very nice glance

  • frankdejol on 21.07.2010 @ 16:21

    Interesting night view.
    But, my eyes attracts a small blue light in the middle of the picture. Cool.

  • John Maslowski on 21.07.2010 @ 20:22

    Magnificent ambiance, such a dynamic capture, one can feel the intensity of the environment of this great city from this image.

  • crash on 21.07.2010 @ 22:19

    bloody awesome !! its a damn cool city scape!

  • Andrey Samolinov on 22.07.2010 @ 09:14

    Just great pano!!!
    Grain and toning create a special mood

  • Ilan (@ilanbr) on 22.07.2010 @ 10:08

    Reminds me of a scene from the last Batman movie :)
    Great 'Dark City' you got here!

  • bluechameleon on 22.07.2010 @ 15:18

    I love this shot with it's stunning contrasts!

  • george@minimalistics on 22.07.2010 @ 15:40

    I like the title - is it really that bad - or good? I think someone needs to switch a few lights off and save the planet! Nice pic though.

  • Nestor Antonio on 22.07.2010 @ 19:09

    Lovely image. It is very contrasty. I love NY

  • Klaus on 23.07.2010 @ 07:20

    Great night shot .. classic .. like the toning and the noise in the image.

  • PhotoGeek on 23.07.2010 @ 10:43

    Awesome night shot and near-B&W toning.

  • Uwe on 23.07.2010 @ 11:42

    Awesome skyline and awesome tones. Great.

  • kyungmee on 24.07.2010 @ 08:43

    Very Cool Image...!!!

  • Elaine- on 24.07.2010 @ 12:17

    very cool image, i am wondering how you did it with the touches of blue... i dig it!!

  • Shawn Bierman on 24.07.2010 @ 14:48

    Great treatment.

  • grapf on 25.07.2010 @ 09:07

    Very very very cool shot!

  • pedro lópez on 25.07.2010 @ 09:36

    very interesting shot, i like the blue tones throughout the image

  • Csaba/EyeVision on 25.07.2010 @ 13:06

    Nice night caputre. I like the high contrast. Well done.

  • Arjan - PlasticDaisy on 25.07.2010 @ 14:59

    Man that is overwhelming! Buzzing with electricity this shot!

  • Céline on 25.07.2010 @ 19:28

    Original angle ! Very nice night shot !

  • Ben on 26.07.2010 @ 03:25

    Lovely night shot.

  • joshi daniel on 26.07.2010 @ 09:04

    the glowing city!

  • mooch on 26.07.2010 @ 11:29

    Another very cool stylised shot!

  • Claus Petersen on 26.07.2010 @ 12:29

    The heavy noise is actually making this one better than I would have thought. Is it just original camera noise, or have you added some?

  • aiGi.boGa on 26.07.2010 @ 18:40

    Una captura preciosa, me encanta el procesado¡¡¡

  • buntagphoto on 26.07.2010 @ 19:30

    Another great cityscape! I like the mood captured.

  • SD (Aspherical) on 26.07.2010 @ 19:41

    Tasty night shot. All that artificial light gives this quite the Blade Runner feel.

  • hoi on 28.07.2010 @ 13:25

    Awesome shot of the skyline!

  • LightningPaul on 29.07.2010 @ 09:30

    Nice but a bit too much blown out areas for my taste, though it fits the B/W concept.

  • Sylvain on 30.07.2010 @ 04:52

    I love this picture ! Your process gives a movie atmosphere (like in Blade runner ;))

  • espennilsen on 02.08.2010 @ 09:03

    Nice shot, but I think it a bit not in focus. Maybe you've blured it out with purpose?

  • faisal on 02.08.2010 @ 09:16

    Cheers everyone!

    @Espennilsen: The blurring/soft focus is on purpose for a film-noir feel. So is the blown-out parts. Im trying to learn from Henri Cartier-Bresson's work, who has taught us that a shot doesn't have to be in focus to be compelling.

  • JD on 17.08.2010 @ 04:09

    love the little areas of subtle colour, cool shot