New York Photo Blog

There are many ways to think about street shooting.  One of the most common techniques is to find what I'll call a stage, and wait for something to happen on that stage. The stage could be something as simple as the angle of the light striking...

It's apparent, but not surprising to me, that even a brief outing to the MoMA rubs off on me.  There were only two Dali's there, small ones.  That was surprising.  The guards were protecting Starry Starry Night - that was the most popular picture when...

[caption id="attachment_19525" align="aligncenter" width="940"] 86th street. 2018. You can't really get tired of shooting people. They're just so interesting.[/caption]...

NOTICE TO: RESIDENTS OF NYC DUE TO A LACK OF BUILDING SPACE FOR HIGH RISE BUILDINGS, AND GIVEN THE VALUE OF PARTICULAR AVENUES, THE CITY OF NEW YORK HAS VOTED TO BEGIN THE SPLITTING OF AVENUES PROGRAM. THIS PROGRAM WILL HAS ALREADY BEEN STARTED ON SIXTH AVENUE. ...

I'm not sure what to write about this one.  It's  a nice postcard picture.  Central Park was crowded today - I think because of the Walk for Aids thing which I had forgotten about.  I really can't walk as much as I used to.  After...

[caption id="attachment_19511" align="aligncenter" width="752"] If you walk to the backside of the Bronx Court at 161st Street, and look through the columns towards where the old Yankee Stadium once was; and you arrive after a rain - then this is an interesting angle. The best...

[caption id="attachment_19502" align="aligncenter" width="940"] When the dxy shift goes home, the night shift comes out to spruce up the expensive parts of the city.[/caption]...

[caption id="attachment_19498" align="aligncenter" width="940"] On 2nd Avenue[/caption] What is Real in Photography? To the uninitiated photography used to be real.  Before everyone was taking selfies and places they'd visited and their food and their dogs and cats - and a few were pushing the envelope,  it was...

[caption id="attachment_19472" align="aligncenter" width="940"] Photographed with infrared camera.[/caption]...