Photography Location: Looking towards 59th street from top of rocky crag on a foggy day. You’ll have to climb up on top of a rocky outcrop to get this shot.
Category: Central Park Photography
Central Park Photography
When I first moved into Manhattan from the Bronx, I approached Central Park with the eyes of a tourist. It was all new to me. I remember walking down Poet’s Walk for the first time (without camera) and saying, I have to return on the right day and drag out the large format camera.
This is a giga pano that is composed of about 50 separate images. It can be printed at very large sizes. Contact me for info about giga prints.
Curving gracefully over the neck of the Pond at 59th Street, Gapstow is one of the iconic bridges of Central Park. It is the second bridge on the site. The first, a much more elaborate wood and iron bridge, designed by Jacob Wrey Mould, deteriorated and was replaced in 1896. The bridge offers postcard views […]
Bethesda Plaza, painted from an infrared photograph. In other words, the colors and effects have been added by the artist.
Reflection in Turtle Pond of the Skyline of New York – West Side. The photograph was done with film in 1990s and flipped upside down so that floating leaves feel like stars. Tinting is via photoshop.
The great lawn of Central Park photographed with medium format equipment from the Castle. circa 1996.
Bicycle on a wooden bridge in Central Park. From medium format film camera.