Skyline Photo Discussion
In this photograph, I see the skyline of New York City overlooking the Hudson River. I know this was taken from my friends terrace in a weekend at the end of October. It was taken around 10p.m. on a warm night. My interpretation of this photograph is that it is in a place surrounding a bunch of lights and they stand out a lot more than the dark parts in the photo. It has been said that one photograph is worth a thousand words. This could be true about this photograph because it shows beautiful lights, sort of a birds eye view of New York City, the Hudson River. One thing that I know about skylines is that you need to be somewhere high up to capture them. One thing that I wonder about skylines is why all the buildings next to each other look so beautiful. This makes me think of if I took a picture of the skyline from somewhere down low would they look as cool?
This photograph relates to my photograph because there is a city skyline and a river in the picture. There are also many bright lights that complete the skyline. As I look at this and other photographs, my next photographs will be taken without blur, even though I did that purposely. If I were to look up some information about my theme/topic, I would like to know more about if a skyline has to be over a piece of water.
Since you are reading this post, I would like to ask you what about skylines makes them catch your attention so much?