This was done in December, 2004. Same location as “Poet’s Walk Print” but with yes – a digital camera and a long lens to give the sense of compression. Dave, Wow! It just arrived today.[…]
There are many ways to think about street shooting. One of the most common techniques is to find what I’ll call a stage, and wait for something to happen on that stage. The stage could[…]
Photographed with medium format film camera circa 1993. This is on Water Street in Brooklyn. I believe it is now a bakery, but I’m not sure. It’s across from what is now the Powerhouse Arena.
Wollman Skating Rink, Central Park, Night. This photo won FIRST PRIZE in the 2008 Central Park Winter Photo Contest. It was a pretty big contest with about 100,000 votes cast, and then a jury which[…]
This was digitally painted, from an infrared film negative. Original photograph from the Manhattan Bridge. Framing by Greg from the West Coast.He made a brilliant decision not to mat it like a photograph but to[…]
Night jogger on running track around the Central Park Reservoir. Looking west from 90th street (Engineer’s Gate). Pretty tricky lighting with the moon and the blurred runner.
I had thought about this shot for a long time and came prepared with a monopod and camera that could be raised above the crowd and shot without flash with a long cable release.
Blizzard on Park Avenue. From 35mm film. New York, 2006. I was walking backwards tracking this guy making his way in the street on Park Avenue. Snow blowers working in the background.
That’s the number 4 train coming into the station with the Manhattan skyline in the background. Taken from the Burnside “EL” station on the #4 line looking towards the Manhattan skyline.