I never know what to write on 9/11. I was there. It's still surreal. I lost friends. Doesn't change anything. Half the time it turns into me getting angry about conspiracy theories and defending my time as a cop. I'm over that. I won't ever forget it but I have moved on.
This year i spent the day with friends and captured some shots. I'm an awful landscape guy. I don't have the patience to be great at it. If I wanted patients i'd be a doctor. But yesterday was the first time in a while that standing around while the camera counted down 20 - 30 second exposures to finish was fun. Thanks Cliff, Anthony, and Nick.
Here they are and this is the part i'm comfy talking about....
All shot on Nikon Z7. All at ISO 64. All with either 24-70 2.8 S, 85 1.8 S, or the 300 f/4 PF with FTZ. Mostly 30 seconds or right around it.
Landscape photography is just like all photography. It's about light. We didn't get fantastic light yesterday. Humidity was reminiscent of July which added some haze. In hindsight we should have started in Bayonne and moved after but...ifs and buts etc.