Under the West Side Highway. Compression effect of long lens. Circa 1992. From film. I went through a period where I was just looking for arches in the city. This is one of the better takes on arches. Manhattan, West Side Highway arches.
The pigeons nest in the crevices between floors of the Guggenheim. Every so often they fly out. So you need to stand and wait, and wait… After about an hour, people wonder what you’re waiting for. The guards keep an eye on you. Remember, your camera is aimed up at the spot you think the […]
Morris-Jumel Mansion | 65 Jumel Terrace The oldest house in Manhattan. The revolutionaries met here during the revolution and then it became a sort of government building for a while. Now it’s a museum. Media: 35mm b&w film
Photographed in early ’90s during a night storm on my way home from work. Camera: Rollei TLR. Sometimes I would do that – drag the tripod to work so that I could use it on the way home when it was night.
Photographed from fifth avenue through steam from steam pipes that are used in NYC for heating. From 35mm film negative. Tinted added in digital world. Circa 1990s.
Christmas in the city. From 35mm film, circa 1990s. 57th street. New York City gets dressed for the holidays. On the other side of the street is a two floor diner that is filled with my prints (Palace Restaurant) 57th street east of Park Avenue.
I always felt as if these three women were hanging out in the ancient equivalent of Starbucks.
Media: Large format view camera (4 x 5 inch negative) Keywords: Landmark, Brooklyn Bridge, Vertical, Brooklyn Bridge. One of the things you could do with a view camera was straighten out the perspective with tilts and swings. Here I was actually looking up at the bridge but it appears as if I’m level with it. […]
FlatIron Building, with nearby building and cupola. circa 1992. From 35mm film.