Moon over 6th Avenue

Moon over 6th Avenue is a composite image created by layering a 3 exposure handheld HDR image taken late in the afternoon in February with an early evening sky captured in August in Stockbridge, MA. The image is part of an ongoing series depicting the monumental buildings of NYC and can also be viewed in the gallery “Glass & Steel” . 

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7 Responses to Moon over 6th Avenue

  1. Dave Fleisch says:

    You’re amazing and always have been. Congrats on this new foray.

     
  2. Jaxi says:

    Beautiful!!

     
  3. Roger says:

    Fantastic! each building radiates an energy as if it were alive. Makes me think of Jane Bennett’s idea of “vibrant matter”.

     
  4. bob gramegna says:

    Congrats and Great start Lew! … I have no doubt that this will be a great forum for you to talk about all the wonderful places in the world you have photographed. You have many talents , but I consider myself privileged to have seen a fair amount of your work over the last 25 years. Its time to share it with everyone!!
    I along with your wonderful family and friends look forward to seeing more of the great images you have worked on for so many years!

     
  5. Wow Lew! The opening photograph is a show stopper. I do love the graphics of the Glass and Steel Gallery, which of course is my milieu. Congratulations on a phenomenal success. Look forward to seeing you and Anne soon.
    Love,
    Carol

     
  6. ELLIOTT KAUFMAN says:

    Lew- I have to say that this was one of the last photographs that you showed in class and at first I thought that the whole image was fabricated as it was too good to believe. When I found out it was only the moon that was put in, I was very impressed. The view and light is handled very well and expresses the New York corporate canyons extremely well. Keep me posted. Black+white seems to be your medium for now. Stick with it for a while. Depending on color to carry the image can be too restricting.

     
  7. DAVID JAY FEINBERG, AIA EMERITUS, ARCHITECT says:

    THE MUSEO D’ORSAY HAS ALWAYS BEEN ONE OF MY FAVORITES. YOUR PHOTO HAS CAPTURED THE “IRON ” QUALITY AND THE SUSPENSION OF THE CLOCK IS LIKE MAGIC.
    WELL DONE

    HAVING WORKED ON THE 44TH FLOOR OF THE EMPIRE STATE AND SPENT MY TIME LOOKING DOWN IT IS A WONDER TO “LOOK UP” THANKS

    SEND SOME OF THE PHOTOS TO “ARCHITECTURAL RECORD. THEY MAY WANT TO PUBLISH THEM. YEARS OF LOOKING AT X-RAYS HAVE GIVEN YOU A NEW DIMENSION IN PHOTOGRAPHY.

     

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