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    I travelled to the U.S. a couple of weeks ago, visiting New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Here's some photos from the trip (each city get a separate topic).

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        wow Fredrich, thanks for sharing. Those are views if the US I've never seen in person. Awesome.
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          Awesome shots Fredrich! I love Manhattan photos.

          The first one is from the Empire State Building looking south, yes? I love the one of Grand Central Terminal. It's a common photo to take, but it always makes me smile.
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            Thanks for the comments.

            Originally posted by Virgo Nightingale View Post
            The first one is from the Empire State Building looking south, yes?


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              Fredrich! Those are awesome! And you got the Chrysler building! No one ever takes many photos of that and it's my favorite

              I have pics of that all glass geometric building too ... but yours put mine to shame lol

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                Fredrich, again, awesome photos, but everything you post always is. I particularly love the black and whites, but that may be 'cause I'm kinda in b/w mode right now myself. Anyway, awesome photographs
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                  Those are fabulous fredrich! One day I will get to see the City myself....
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                    Truly stunning photos.

                    I bet I've asked, but what camera set up do you have? The clarity is unreal and depth of field is fabulously extended.


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                      Originally posted by Tea View Post
                      I bet I've asked, but what camera set up do you have? The clarity is unreal and depth of field is fabulously extended.
                      I use a Canon 7D with EF-S 17-55mm and a Sigma 10-20mm.


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                        Well I have a Canon, Rebel xsi or something, but does not have that clarity. Or maybe it's the user! Regardless, you have a great eye and can make that little gadget do wonders!


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                          Nice work! There is something still and thoughtful about these photos, even though I imagine that in real life it is all hustle and bustle.
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                            great shots!
                            (liking these a tad more than LA ones but those are good too)

                            Love the movement you see in some, the B&W, the haze!! towering feeling overhead.
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                              Gorgeous photos!
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