Grand Central Station

© Danielle Fuller

Grand Central Station

Uploaded: February 18, 2008

Description

This is one of the first shots I took upon arriving in NYC!!!! This is just an amazing sight.
Even with a full frame camera, I found it so hard to take a shot that even begins to show how massive this place is! So I instead went for balance.

The light was quite tricky as well.

I adjusted this in CS2.

Exif: F Number: 4, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/20 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 24.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D

Comments

Shannon D. Miller February 18, 2008

Excellent capture Danielle! Wonderful lighting, clarity and detail! I can only imagine how huge this place is. Your POV is perfect! Shannon~ #857426

Jennifer L. Alder February 18, 2008

It sure looks big! Nice light and color here, Danielle! :) #5510712

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe February 18, 2008

Outstanding prespective and capture Danielle! Jeff #5510810

Cyn Valentine level-classic February 18, 2008

Wow..awesome capture!! Great POV and lightig..very well done Danielle! #5511192

Michael G. Marshall February 18, 2008

Wonderful capture Danielle! Love the composition, lighting and details! - Michael #5511220

Angie Sidles level-classic February 18, 2008

You did a beautiful job Danielle!! Can only image how difficult this shot must have been!! Awesome work!! #5511500

Melissa G. Meiselman February 18, 2008

Danielle, you did an awesome job of capturing this scene taken from a great vantage point and really showing those crowds in Grand Central!! #5511579

Sandy Stigliano February 18, 2008

Great capture Danielle, makes me homesick!! #5512227

Tiia Vissak February 18, 2008

a beautiful image! #5512372

Patricia Ronan February 18, 2008

Great image again Danielle, you can certainly see how big it is in comparison to the people:) #5512691

Michelle Alton February 18, 2008

You did a beautiful job of it, Danielle.
I just saw a documentary about GCS on PBS last week. Your picture was as good as any on the show.
Michelle #5512826

Joseph N. DiGilio February 18, 2008

Very well done, Danielle. Excellent image. #5513488

Kirsten Kiki Kjaer level-classic February 19, 2008

WOW! What an EXCELLENT indoor shot. Superb clarity, colors and details. Very well done, Danielle. #5514716

Bill Wyatt February 19, 2008

Well if some ask what is this "Grand Central Station"? You can say why heck yea!! LOL
This is totally cool I love the colors and the architecture is awesome! Love the lighting too. #5517562

"emmanuel ""nolax""" N. Montemar February 20, 2008

wow!! Very well done, Danielle! #5521377

Lisa J. Boulden level-classic February 21, 2008

Such an amazing view, Danielle! Great color, too!
--Lisa #5528144

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