Seen at the Met Breuer, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, designed by architect Marcel Breuer. The building opened in 1966 as the Whitney Museum of art, and was taken over by the Met in 2016 after the Whitney moved to a new location. The windows are my favorite features of this building.
The Time Warner Center is a popular place to hang out and lean against a column. There is an available electrical outlet to charge a mobile phone. The charger and wire are just visible near the man’s feet.
Silhouetted commuters in the main hall of Grand Central Terminal, New York City.
Getting to Grand Central Station in New York City early in the morning when the sun casts long moody shadows in the main hall is always an opportunity for a photographer. I watched the commuters dance around each other for 10 minutes or so, waiting for an interesting combination and ended up taking this shot with my trusty Olympus Trip 35 film camera loaded with Kodak Portra 400.
Silhouettes in the concourse of Rockefeller Center, New York City.
Back to some shots with the Olympus Pen E-p1 and the 17mm pancake lens. I find the E-p1 to function very nicely in low light circumstances, and shooting RAW you have a lot of control over the dynamic range. In this shot the background was very bright while the foreground was fairly dimly lit. By adjusting the curves I managed to get detail in both areas.