In May 2006, I spent my first day in New York City. I had never been this far east and New York City was the third major stop while on my east coast road trip of 2006 (Washington and Atlantic City were my first two stops). I snapped many photos of Radio City Music Hall at around 9:00pm just after going to the Top of the Rock, the outdoor observatory at the top of Rockefeller Center across the street. I always thought that this photo had a lot of character, mainly because I enjoy seeing how all the people are positioned. For some reason, I just liked this scene. It’s as if I could tell a story for each set of people in this photo.
For those that my be curious, this technique is commonly referred to as “color spotting”, leaving only a specific aspect of the photo in color.
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