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(New York Magazine)   Iwan Baan tells how he got the iconic shot of a darkened Manhattan on the cover of New York magazine--it involved luckily being in town, a $2000 rental car, a drive halfway across Long Island, a brand-new camera, and 2500 shots to get a sharp image   ( nymag.com) divider line
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2012-11-10 04:58:58 AM  
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Pretty impressive angle from a car. Was it formerly owned by M.A.S.K.?
2012-11-09 04:26:31 PM  
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80 percent of the shots are a blur, 10 percent are maybe useable, and 1 percent were really sharp.

And the other 9% were... with the lens cap on?
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