New York Photo Blog

[caption id="attachment_19179" align="aligncenter" width="940"] Combining two images (that's all) with a program that I don't believe was designed for this, called Photomatix Pro. It's really for HDR, but it can be used to do more surreal images.[/caption] Many if not all of my "montages" or are...

[caption id="attachment_19161" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Came across this one night on a synagogue in New York.[/caption] DISCLAIMERS AND TRANSPARENCY  It's likely that the last movie I saw in a theater was:   The Titanic.  Not the somewhat recent one, but an old version with Clifton Webb. The real...

(Or how I became an idolator of the first degree.) Medium format camera with longish lens on a tripod.  When she was the hot new image. [caption id="attachment_19130" align="aligncenter" width="747"] Medium format film. Mid-whenever. (Katie Holmes)[/caption]  ...

[caption id="attachment_19127" align="aligncenter" width="940"] San Francisco. Medium format scan.[/caption]...

[caption id="attachment_19108" align="aligncenter" width="940"] This began life as a 4x5 inch b&w negative taken in the early '90s from Jersey. I've played with it for years. Now it seems to speak to me.[/caption]...

[caption id="attachment_19103" align="aligncenter" width="678"] I don't remember what lens I shot this with from Jersey; but it is super sharp. Take my word for it.[/caption] The thing here is, all I remember was that I was obviously on a tripod with a prime long longish lens...

This was a prototype of an early water powered bike.  As you can see, Con Ed is very concerned and spying on his experiments.  The next time I saw him, he had moved the sink over the front wheel.  There was, somehow, running water, and...