City Meets The Street

This is the first photograph I have posted for a while. I hadn’t really stopped taking shots, but rather stopped editing and uploading them to the site. I took this shot a few days ago of a building reflecting in a street puddle on 4th Avenue. I like how the street gradually changes to be the building at both the bottom and top of the image. I had to wait a long while to get the shot because people kept standing in the puddle which would cause a ripple effect and ruin the reflection.

A couple weeks ago I did my first paid photo shoot for a store in SoHo and I will upload a few photos from that very soon. It was a great learning experience, and I really enjoyed my time. Hopefully there will be a few more similar opportunities with the same people going forward!


Related posts:

  1. Street Scene
  2. 240th Street Yard
  3. 24th Street Grill
  4. Manhattan Underground
  5. City Lights
  • Jim Denham

    Welcome back and Congrats on the photo shoot Tobias, I’m sure you did very well! Nice image – love the transition!
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  • Chris Nitz

    Congrats on the shoot. Nice shot to start back on the blog with!
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  • Brian Furbush

    Congrats on the shoot and welcome back! Love the reflection, really interesting perspective and comp choice!
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  • Kristi Hines

    That is an AWESOME reflection capture!

  • Chris Frailey

    Nice capture with the reflection.
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  • Chris Kenison

    That, my friend, is bad ass! Love it!
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  • bruce

    Nice to see you back on deck- I love the clarity, and am staggered to think that it is actually a reflection in a puddle! Keep them coming please…..

  • Justin

    Cool image. It made me adjust the angle of my head in awkward ways. Dig it.

  • James Howe

    Very cool shot. The building in the reflection, along with the other elements creates an interesting collage effect. Nice!
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  • Jason Hines

    Great to have you back dude! Love this shot, the reflections rock!
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  • Jerry Denham

    Great shot Tobias and congrats on the photo shoot. Reflections are some of my favorite photos. This is really cool

  • Mark Garbowski

    Congrats on the freelance photo work. Missed seeing your stuff but understand. Love this.
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  • Terence Chang

    That’s interesting perspective. I wonder what’s behind the glass.