Brooklyn Bridge

This photograph was taken a few years ago while walking across the Brooklyn Bridge with a bunch of friends.


At this point during the walk, I am standing with my wife, Melissa, and Bob Lussier waiting for the slow pokes to finish the trek.

This photograph was show using a Nikon D700 and I pushed the limits of the camera’s dynamic range trying to bring out the contrast and colors. The D800 has a much easier time with reaching for greater heights in the histogram.

My goal in processing was to bring out the detail in the walkway and the walls rather than what’s in the distance.

Thanks for reading and happy shooting,



New Jersey Photographer

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