Posts Tagged ‘One World Trade Center

27
Dec
16

Oculus (1 of 2) – Exterior

During the months of October and November, I spent a fair amount of time in New York for various Olympus events. During one of the earlier events I went to the newly opened Oculus at the World Trade Center station. I was immediately captivated by its design and presence in relationship to the Freedom Tower. I found myself going back several times during my travels to NY trying capture different angles of the structure. Over time I went and found new vantage points to shoot from. There appears to be no limit to different photo opportunities at this place. I am a wide angle shooter and for me, this place screams fisheye & WIDE. I captured all of the images in color but I found black and white works best. If you haven’t seen this place, the next time you are in New York put it on your list of places to see.

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10
Dec
15

One World Trade Center (from inside)

Here are a few more images from my foggy visit to the World Trade Center. However, these were taken from inside.

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29
Nov
15

One World Trade Center

As I noted in the previous post, I was in New York a few weeks ago for the Olympus Visionary Summit. In addition to the Brooklyn & Manhattan  bridges, we also shot the One World Trade Center building (aka The Freedom Tower) the next day. Again, we had a lot of fog to deal with. Here are a few of the shots of the exterior of the building. All of the images were taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mk II. I used a combination of the Pro series lenses, including the 7-14mm f2.8, 12-40mm f2.8 and the 40-150mm f2.8. Many of the shots were straight out of the camera with the built-in “Dramatic Tone” filter (one of my favorites).

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