Streets of NYC are always so vibrant with eye-catching scenery from all types of locations. The High Line is no exception. Since the old train tracks have been converted into a 1-mile elevated park; that stretches from 14th St to 34th along 10th Ave…
Like many New Yorkers, I have visited this location many of times to get photos along the walkway. Especially images from 14th St & 23rd St overpass, The IAC building, The Standard Hotel, and many other visual pleasing sights.
My original concept for this image was to take the photo through the glass of the 10th Ave & 17th Urban Theater overpass, but the glass was way too dirty with smudges and fingerprints. I opted to take the photo right above the overpass to get a straight shot up to 10th Ave.
Since I just purchased VSCO FILM 04 I was really anxious to try out some the presets with some fresh and new images. VSCO FILM never disappoints with its film emulation results. I’ve been hooked for some time since seeing all the great photos being processed with VSCO FILM & VSCO CAM.
Technical Information: ISO 200, 38mm, F6.3 and 1/160 sec.
Post-processing information: Lightroom 5 Adjustments, VSCO FILM 04 and Topaz Detail.