I recently visited New York for some company training, and while my daytimes were quite occupied learning about new Adobe awesomeness (seriously, this company never stands still), I did squeeze out some moments before the training and during lunch to take some photos. And when my return flight got cancelled due to weather in Toronto, an entire evening opened up for me.
Thanks to suggestions from one of my friends who is a New York local, and my location (Times Square) I was able to get some great shots and visit some places I'd only ever seen in movies, like Rockefeller Center. Shots are a combination of iPhone and my new Lumix GF7. Many of the dusk/night shots were exposed at ISO 1600. The grain is noticeable, but it feels more like film grain than digital noise.
Overall, I shot just under 90 images, which I whittled down to about 38 for Flickr
, and for Behance reduced further to 25 final images, including my ugly mug.