New York Photography

New York Photography covers a lot of ground.  From street photographs to many of New York’s great landmarks and skylines.  You’ll find tons of experimental photographs as well such as what I call paintography and photomontages.

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...

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.  ...

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...

[caption id="attachment_17795" align="aligncenter" width="940"] Paradise Theatre Clock[/caption] As I was standing across the Concourse, which is a wide boulevard, getting ready to take a picture of the Paradise Theatre, the super of a nearby building invited me to go up to the roof across the way...

Media: Digital Infrared Keywords: Landmark, Historic Buildings, Horizontal, This was photographed with my infrared camera with a long lens. I’ve photographed the flat iron building so many times, and yet it I still, after all these years, find it compelling. This reminds me of the prow of...

Looking east along 110th street Manhattan. Has the look of an industrial landscape from the 20th century. Which is what it is....

  Abstract chimneys. Infrared. Orange and yellow paintography. Painted atop infrared print.  From roof down in the West Village. Original shot was from converted DSLR infrared camera.  Colors supplied by imagination....