Architecture photographer explains how he got that New York magazine cover shot | Poynter.

Shooting in the dark, with a handheld camera, in a vibrating helicopter, 5,000 feet above land sounds like a photographer’s nightmare. But Iwan Baan made it look easy.

The Dutch photographer’s image of a half-illuminated, half-powerless New York City in the wake of Hurricane Sandy captured the nation’s attention on the cover of New York magazine.

Read more at Architecture photographer explains how he got that New York magazine cover shot | Poynter.

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