More from #OPTIC2019 tour bus to Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NY.
Three solid days of Optic2019 by B&H are finally over and I have time to start processing the images taken during the excursions. I woke up too late today to take in this one in for the free critique that was part of Optic2019 day four.
My fellow photographers and I boarded double decker sightseeing busses outside B&H at 6:30 pm on June 2nd. We crossed the Manhattan Bridge to alight at Brooklyn Bridge Park for photo shoots at various locations along the shore.
While taking the photos for this composite by the East River with a slow shutter speed I was doused head to foot with a wave. It tasted salty from the mixed waters of the estuary.
At about 8:30 pm we piled back on the busses. On the way home there was a huge thunder storm and we all got soaked, either from being on top of the bus or after getting off the bus.
I can’t thank B&H and everyone involved enough, especially David Brommer, for making this event so much fun. #OPTIC2109
Doors, a few details, and lamps photograped on Joralmon Street in Brooklyn Heights on September 9.
I went to Brooklyn to visit Grace Court and Grace Court Alley. Most of these are good for
There a few gas lights too. Reminded me of London in the 50s when a lamplighter used come light the lamp outside my window every night.
Grace Court Alley