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In today’s short post we take a quick spin back to Atlantic City, New Jersey where we had a look at the soon-to-be-open Revel and Ballys tower. This time it’s Harry’s Oyster Bar and Seafood at ground level of Ballys. As we strode along the world famous boardwalk at night I was drawn to the architecture of this building and felt I had to take a shot.

We also have a B&W conversion below.

While I did not dine there on my last trip since I had already eaten, this will be one of my main dining stops when I return in the coming months.

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20 Responses to Harrys Oyster Bar and Seafood

  1. Rich McPeek says:

    Beautiful shots Jimi! Love the colors in the first and the B&W really brings out the architecture. Great work!
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  2. Chantal says:

    I like the color version best
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  3. Len Saltiel says:

    Excellent image Jimi. The B&W really works for me with it’s great tones. I think it brings out the details more.
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  4. Dave DiCello says:

    Wow, awesome work here Jimi! I love that you can see inside the building, really well processed!
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  5. The B&W version is definitely the winner for me. Really nice Jimi.
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  6. Rick Louie says:

    I really like that b&w version. It’s like an James Bond Movie.
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  7. Adam Allegro says:

    Diggin that black and white Jimi. Another cool shot from AC! Nice work buddy.
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  8. A.Barlow says:

    Gunna go with the color one this time. Like the light in it and the glowy bits.
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  9. Curt Fleenor says:

    The B/W version rocks Jimi but I love the vibrant colors in the first one. They really bring out the colors and tones that you expect to see in a coastal destination. I totally agree with Dave that you did a great job getting us a peek inside the building.
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  10. Ken Bello says:

    The shot looks great in B&W, Jimi. Very nice conversion.
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  11. I prefer the B&W version here, although both are very nice images. The B&W allows the viewer to focus on the architecture and details of the scene without any distraction from the colors and bright neon lights of the restaurant sign.
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  12. Mark Neal says:

    Hi Jimi. I commented on the color version on a different site but I really like the b&w better. It really works well with the architectural lines and details. Great image!
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  13. Edith Levy says:

    While I think the B&W is excellent on its own I really love the color version. It just gives it another dimension with the lights and the blue facade on the front of the building. Fantastic shot Jimi.
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  14. Jim Nix says:

    looks like a cool place Jimi, great images!

  15. Love this one in B&W Jimi! Great looking image.
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  16. Radu says:

    Hey Jimmi,
    The plan of the building is interesting..like the building itself wants to be a magnet for customers.Version #2 has the touch of 19 th century :)

    Thanks for sharing,
    Radu
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  17. Ayush says:

    nicely exposed. you have brought out the hidden details without washing out the lights

  18. LensScaper says:

    Both of these versions make great pictures – but I’m inclined to prefer the B&W, along with others because it lets the architecture speak for itself without the distraction of colour. Tremendous processing
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