Postindustrial Daniel Novakowski Pittsburgh Beautiful July 17, 2019

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Photo by Daniel Novakowski

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“The shot was taken on a warm night, February 2 this year, with the rivers still full of ice. I set out that night with one shot in mind and that was to get a reflection shot. It’s not often you end up with the shot you actually want. But in this case I did. I waited three hours for the waters to calm after a coal barge went down the river and broke up the chunks of ice to get the mirrored reflections. Shot on Nikon D850 with Sigma Prime 24 lens at F/9.0 ISO 64 for 8 second exposure.”

— Daniel Novakowski

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