NYC- A Day with Piyapat
"NYC weather will be around 17-35 degree during the trip."
It's alright. Tickets to those cold city are pretty cheap. I can't complain. I never have problem with weather even I really hate cold weather. I got the tickets early in February, one way to NYC and one way back from Boston.
The flight from DFW to NYC with Spirit Airline wasn't that great. The captain might have a hiccup while he was landing to NYC. The plane had two seconds that came down pretty fast. A passenger was screaming. I could recalled the same feeling from Texas Giant roller coaster at Six Flags. Oh my, I might need to pay a bit more to fly with American Airline next time.
I've learned that 9 days trip to Chicago was too long. This trip is 8 days for NYC and Boston should be perfect. Actually, I'll find out very soon.
Mighty Quinn BBQ
Uber is very expensive in NYC, still. Subway is the best way to get around the city without burning out money from your pocket. I headed to Mighty Quinn after to meet up with an old friend from Chiang Mai University, Piyapat. He is also a street photographer. This guy deserves for followers because his works are amazing. Check out his work on Instagram from this link!
I know this man long way back when I started workout at college. I'm a wedding and landscape photographer but Piyapat is a street photographer. I love taking pictures of city, sunset, lake. He likes shadow, angle, perspective, and people. Our styles are difference but we get along well.
We both use 35mm range. 35mm is my to go travel lens. I carry Sony RX1 mark I as same as every other trips I went. Check out my review of the camera on this link.
Brooklyn bridge is freaking long! We decided to walk across it. Sunset happened to be the time we were crossing the bridge, so I got many greats shots. I also loved seeing Brooklyn bridge from this here. Sunset was prefect and clouds was making the picture even more amazing!
By the end of the day, we walked more than 15k steps and 8 miles. I always ended up walk A LOT in every trip. Since my goal is to get city scape and skyline pictures. You can see my objects are HUGE. I had to walk around to get the best possible angle. When I found a right spot, I spent roughly 30 minutes in process and getting all the pictures I need. It should be fun but many time the weather was 30 degrees. It was such a pain but it will be worth.