Manhattan

Photographer Turns a Skyscraper Into a Giant Camera – Photography Article

Brendan Barry is a UK-based photographer who’s known for turning all kinds of unusual things into working cameras, from food and mannequins to shipping containers and camper trailers. But his latest project was his most ambitious yet — turned a Manhattan skyscraper into a giant camera. Barry took over the 46th floor of a skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan and blacked out the 27,000-square-foot space by covering up the 160 windows with a 360-degree view of the city. He then let…

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Timelapse Photographer Captured New York City’s Blackout on Camera – Photography Article

This past Saturday, just before sunset, the lights went out in New York City. Well, a big piece of it anyway. A massive blackout left a large section of Manhattan dark, and across the river in New Jersey, a timelapse photographer captured the whole thing on camera. The full blackout lasted about five hours and affected a swath of Manhattan that ran from Midtown as far up as 69th street on the Upper West Side. People were trapped in elevators,…

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Full Moon Rise over NYC Skyline – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Last weekend I went out to Liberty State Park to shoot the full moon rise over the NYC skyline. This was the evening of the blood wolf moon. I was hoping to get a nice video over the world trade center. The blood moon wouldnt happen until after midnight but it was still a good opportunity to have a unique video! I got there about an hour early before sunset. The moon was going to start rising about a half…

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Brooklyn Bridge Timelapse! – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Yesterday afternoon some friends and I drove to Brooklyn for the afternoon.  I had taken timelapses of the Brooklyn Bridge before but never on the bridge itself!  We had some Pizza at Grimaldi’s and then went for a walk to the bridge.  I was looking to take some photos of the bridge and cars underneath since I thought it was a pretty cool scene.  Towards the middle of the bridge there was an overlook of the driveway.  I set up…

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