New York Photography

[caption id="attachment_17444" align="aligncenter" width="940"] ,[/caption] Should call this one, ‘Ghosts’. One of a series of blurred experiments with people rushing through turnstyles. I was trying to get the shutter speed at exactly the right point to blur, but still have recognizable faces. It’s also interesting to...

[caption id="attachment_17561" align="aligncenter" width="555"] 2005. Photographed from the Pershing overpass, looking west.Media: 35mm filmKeywords: Horizontal, landmark[/caption]   2005. Photographed from the Pershing overpass, looking west. Media: 35mm film Keywords: Horizontal, landmark...

Media: 35mm film This was on a handball wall near the FDR highway, New York City. The word “street” is painted on the building in the background.  This image has been licensed for everything from wallpaper to lamp shades....

Flat Iron Building with Tree. From 35mm film, circa 1993. Yes, it is similar to the Steichen photograph from 1904 tho I doubt if it's the same tree....

New York Subway Car 4x5 CameraI was always uncomfortable, just about phobic on the subway, until I began photographing it. Somehow, capturing on film, and later digital made my completely enamored of at least photographing on the subway. It may seem...

Grand Central Terminal photographed with HIE infrared film, circa 2001. Chrysler Building in background. Infrared flash also used....

Under Manhattan Bridge NYC Skyline.  Feels very much like something from the first Batman movie.  So this is on the Manhattan Side, beneath the Manhattan Bridge shooting south....

Looking south from Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center). Empire State Building. 2008 Photographed with infrared film. I actually like the view from Top of the Rock even more than that from the Empire State Building. Because of the way it's designed, it's also easier to...