Rockefeller Center Decorated for Christmas

The Rockefeller Center in New York City is a crazy-busy tourist attraction during the Christmas season. Getting to this specific vantage point was not easy, but a light show across the street provided the break I needed to get centered on this scene. Scenes like this one seriously test my HLDS (Horizon Level Deficiency Syndrome). Those straight building lines combined with perspective distortion and some lens distortion challenge me. I did crop and rotate this image slightly to finish off the balance I wanted. The 1/8 second handheld shutter speed was another challenge faced with this photo capture.


 
Camera and Lens Settings
18mm  f/5.6  1/8s
ISO 400
4997 x 3253px
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