flatiron

October 9, 2013 | 18 comments
Architecture New York City

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/9 | Exposure bias: +2/6EV | Focal length: 52mm | ISO: 200 |



18 comments

  • rian on 09.10.2013 @ 10:58

    a pano? love the great details of this one, well done!

  • Kate on 09.10.2013 @ 14:51

    I adore this POV and such fantastic focus.

  • Oscar on 09.10.2013 @ 16:16

    Genial POV. Have a nice week

  • Michael Rawluk on 09.10.2013 @ 22:31

    Beautiful shot and very original POV of one of the most photographed buildings in the world.

  • gootchai on 10.10.2013 @ 09:57

    Superbe ce cadrage!!!!! un ciel magnifique!! j'adore+++++

  • Chris on 10.10.2013 @ 09:58

    wow. i kept on scrolling and scolling. stunning.

  • Sajjad Khani on 12.10.2013 @ 08:22

    nice capture beautiful perspective

  • shooter on 12.10.2013 @ 17:21

    What an awesome building I so envy your location

  • Boris on 13.10.2013 @ 03:55

    Beautiful ! I really like your postprod

  • Ian on 13.10.2013 @ 03:56

    So, so good! As with the other comments, kept scrolling and scrolling - love it.

  • george on 17.10.2013 @ 09:05

    I love this iconic building of NY - and your shot illustrates the wealth of detail, that those early architects included. A classic building and image.

  • Wolfgang on 18.10.2013 @ 03:06

    Great perspective and details. Like it!

  • Phil Vaughn on 23.10.2013 @ 22:58

    This is a "WoW" shot for me. I'm amazed and impressed by all the artwork and detail on this building. Your photo is so detailed, has lovely colors, and the composition really highlights the building. Super!

  • Girish on 30.10.2013 @ 10:19

    Super shot this. I will keep visiting, excellent. Keep up the good work.

  • Ayush on 06.11.2013 @ 03:02

    wow, what a view. very well exposed

  • fotofreeze on 08.11.2013 @ 09:46

    awesome! I love that building

  • aptass on 07.01.2014 @ 16:58

    Beautiful rendition of a original building. Vertical panoramas I like it :)

  • Lilyan Petrov on 13.12.2014 @ 10:31

    Absolutely stunning detail. I wonder how this photograph has such a height. Nice work!