Beginner Some pics from NYC

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First time using the little Panasonic LX100 I bought specifically for this trip. I struggled with the bright skies a lot and didn't have time to fully compose my shots as I was with family. I did have a little table top tripod for the more important photos I specifically wanted, like the views from above the city (TOTR and ESB) and a ND8 for a couple of longer exposures. I took 579 shots in 4 days. Hope you like. Sorry, just realised this should be in Architecture and Urban forum.
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Cracking set, 3, 8, and 13 stand out for me, particulalrly 13, love that!

I would second that. These are the best, and I'll throw in no 7.

3 needs a bit more work to repair blown sky on the left (probably into photoshop and colour it all by hand as you have no more detail in the RAW file). Then it needs exposure boost everywhere else. That should give a nice polished image.

In general any architectural images should pay attention to verticals being vertical, with no1 as a prime example.
 
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Thanks for the comments. Out of all the shots I really wanted, skyline and cityscapes, the subway one (13)is my favorite also.
 
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