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#3
Cracking set of images, lovely B&W conversion on these :) No.1 is the best to me, love the composition in the shot with the buildings and the foreground being perfectly symmetrical, overall a very well thought about/framed set if shots, nice work (y)
 
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#7
Lovely set. Happily hang a few of those on my wall.

You have no idea how happy I am so see so many photos consistently edited!
 
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#9
Really nice set. Somewhere I would love to go someday. Ironically though, my lad has a school trip to NYC next year for his photography GCSE.
 
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Would love to know your approach for the conversion?
Inspiration for the post processing actually came from Anton Corbijn who's portrait work I adore. My aim was to the copy the style of his work in Lightroom as I felt it would work really well with these type of images. I'll let others judge whether I was right...
 
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Damn, they're some beautiful images. Number 1 is amazing! I'm still yet to return to NYC, hoping to go some point in 2016.

Great shots
 
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God damn it! They are cracking images, love the processing on all of them.
 
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Got to disagree. The boom light & traffic add to it imho. Move fwd of the light and you lose the cars and it becomes just another look up at the flat iron.
I totally agree. For me, NYC is all about the hustle and bustle of the traffic - it really is a city that never sleeps. To remove this all important aspect of the city would be to create a sterile impression.
 
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#27
Brilliant shots, number 3 is my favourite. NYC is a place I would love to visit and your images just make me want to more.

Thanks for sharing
 
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