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While Paris may be known as the City of Light, Michael Tischler’s sparkling photos imbue scenes of New York with a spectacular luminosity, even in daylight, that would put Paris to shame. His secret is a photographic technique know as high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI), which produces a greater range of tone and color than the human eye can register, creating a heightened sense of reality. Starting Friday, he’ll be exhibiting a series of these images as large unique photos printed on archival aluminum panels. Proceeds for the sale of one depicting the new World Trade Center tower will be donated to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. The show runs through September 18, 2015, at 345 Broome Street gallery, so if you want to see Gotham in a new light, don’t miss it.