"Look and you will find it – what is unsought will go undetected." – Sophocles

JFK – New Jersey

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Today was a travel day to the New York area. I don’t often fly into JFK via the airlines but today was a change. While heading to baggage claim to meet my limo ride to the hotel in New Jersey I grabbed the above photograph. All the Rolex clocks caught my attention along with the American Airlines display in the center of the hall.

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The traffic from JFK to the hotel was your normal middle of the day busyness. I took us almost an hour and of course I had to make a photograph from inside the car crossing one of the bridges we drove across.

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In this photograph I wanted to depict a bit of motion as we crossed into New Jersey. This was shot at f16 and 1/30s @ ISO 160.

4 responses

  1. I love the black and white.. great job! Thanks for including the ISO.

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    Monday, May 18, 2015 at 17:54

    • Thanks for stopping by Erin. Maybe I should post more tech info from time to time. But I normally shoot my 35 Summilux at f1.4 and base ISO of 160. The B&W Nightclub shots are at f1.4 and ISO 800 with the 35 Lux and f2.0 and ISO 1600 with the 75 Summicron.

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      Monday, May 18, 2015 at 19:29

  2. Streetshooter

    Dunno Duane. This looks like a Marine operation to get the the city and just happen to fall on the ground and Walla.. look at this, B&H. The car is a dead giveaway. If you flew in and landed in the parking lot, that would be believable but driving in…..hmmm. You lucky your married to an Angel so she doesn’t care but a manly thing to do is make an operation. Semper Fi, or something like that.

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    Monday, May 18, 2015 at 18:04

    • I’ve got your Semper Fi right here Streetshooter! Reminds me I need to get back to Philly so we can reminisce while walking the city making memories.

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      Monday, May 18, 2015 at 19:07

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