Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal (aka Grand Central Station) is a crossroads with people coming and going. We showed up at a relatively quiet time (Sunday morning) but we had a photography permit, which allowed us to use tripods in the iconic train terminal. These are a mix of images made with the tripod and handheld with a higher ISO.

27 thoughts on “Grand Central Terminal

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Really…that is so cool. I was at this place once before on a weekday and there were soooo many people. It is probably the same in Cairo. =) Thank you and have a great day.

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  1. Emilio Pasquale

    Great shots! What’s the waiting time to get a photographer’s pass? I’ll be there around September if nothing changes.

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  2. milfordstreet Post author

    I am not sure because the trip organizers set up the passes. You should contact them because they typically don’t give them out to groups as large as ours (14 people). Their are a lot of rules. While you have the pass, follow the rules and then when your pass is up and you put your tripod away, do your own thing. Good luck.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Anne. It was a very nice opportunity. You can’t bring the tripod to certain parts of the building but it is nice to have some images without so much grain.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      You could contact them next time you are going to NYC and see if you can score a permit. Lots of rules but if you do, let me know. The instructors had a good plan.

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  3. izza ifzaal

    I loved this! ! How could I have missed it and stupid WP unfollowed you from my blog :/
    I thought you weren’t posting any stuff 😦

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hey Izza…That happens sometimes. :/ I’m glad you liked this. I have not been as consistent the past few weeks due to travel but am settled again, now. I hope you’re having a wonderful day. Cheers =)

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