a cyclist in a blue sleeveless jersey on a red bike on the brooklyn bridge

Cyclist on the Brooklyn Bridge

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A cyclist rides along the Brooklyn Bridge. I commute by bicycle myself but the riders on the Brooklyn Bridge had to be at least three-fourths crazy to try and dodge through all us tourists trying to take our photos.

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  • don’t forget the crazy taxi drivers too.. :) this shot’s really awesome, really great composition and the dark contrasty feel looks really great.. :)

  • Beautiful composition and wonderful processing as well

  • i like your fearlessness with the darks on this one. puts the focus clearly on cyclist’s leg and the muscles getting him over that bridge.

  • This is incredible! Looks like a Nike ad.

  • Sweet shot. Looks very dynamic and the processing is great!

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  • Shutter speed: 1/800 sec
  • Focal length: 17 mm
  • Aperture: f/4.0


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