Times Square, Looking Uptown, and a new partner with B&H photo!

Here is the opposite side of Times Square, looking uptown (north). I’m putting this up in honor of a new sponsorship on the blog here from B&H Photo ! It’s the best camera store in the world, and I’ve been saying that for a long time even before they sponsored me. And if you are a photographer that regularly visits the site, you know what I am saying! Every time I go to New York I visit their cavernous Valhalla, and I come away happy. I always think I have everything I need for a while, but then I come back home and order another pile of sweet glass online from their store.

I also created a new “My HDR Camera Recommendations” that lists out all my delish toys.  Of course, everything links to B&H Photo… and if you poke around on the net on your own, you’ll also see they have the best prices and are the most reliable.

Times Square Looking Uptown

  • Hey Trey,

    Best of luck with this new sponsorship deal. I usually get all my stuff from them. 🙂 SWEET SHOT by the way!

    Michael S.

  • Shaku

    Love Time Square and when I am there, I feel like a kid in a candy shop 🙂
    Like the way the shot captures a city that never sleeps

  • Aw, Trey — I was bummed that your “My Equipment” page didn’t list any of the lenses you use! Isn’t that, after all, the very first filter your image passes through? Great glass is essential, no?

    Hook us up, man! Thanks for sharing!

  • Hehe thanks!

    Yes I WILL add lenses soon. That is a more serious listing… because that branches out from cameras, and I need to research a bit more the best lenses for the entry-level cameras.

  • Nice!

  • Congratulations on the sponsorship

  • B&H is a great store.
    Cool image also!

  • B&H is my favorite source for all of my toys. Congratulations on working with them.

    And thanks for sharing your amazing images! You’ve started me on the path of learning too much about HDR! Hey, I guess I had too much spare time!

  • Hey I have a question: How do you shoot HDR of time square? cuz I tried before and all the billboards are changing and ppl are moving, they usually turned out really bad.

  • Thanks! Actually if you look at my HDR Tutorial there on the right, you can see exactly how I did it.

  • Here’s one for you. Nothing about processing…though your mastery of Photomatix, Photoshop, and even LucisArt are beyond measure. Rather, my question is how on earth did you get a tripod into Times Square????

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