Digital painting from a b&w infrared film negative (Kodak HIE). In other words, colors supplied by Beckerman. This is one of those projects where I pretty much colored each tulip. So I’d say it was[…]
Central Park’s Poets Walk composed of 39 images that have been “stitched” together. This is a print that can easily go VERY large. It’s created with a Giga Head, a DSLR and APG stitching software.
This image was commissioned, and was the first serious work I did with Giga Panos. It is composed of 49 separate images. Every blossom is detailed. A large version of this is in New York’s[…]
This shot is from 1990, 35mm film. Bethesda Terrace is on two levels, united by two grand staircases and a lesser one that passes under Terrace Drive to provide passage southward to the Elkan Naumburg[…]
Giga Pano of New York City’s Central Park Bridle Path, including the reservoir. Composite of 30 images. I’m convinced that there are angles you can achieve with giga (stitching) and the program APG that enable[…]
Or the lonely walk in Bethesda Plaza, Central Park. This is the center of the park. There’s an embedded plaque down there which says it is the park’s center. I think.
This is from infrared film (Kodak HIE) which isn’t produced any longer. It was shot in 2003. We’re on the other side of the bridge, looking towards 59th street. Black and white infrared film makes green[…]
Heavy fog over the pond looking towards 59th.
I’ve had good luck shooting in this area of the park (Poet’s Walk, aka The Mall aka Promenade and Literary Walk). Probably a few other names I don’t know about. circa 1992