Half moon over Central Park Bandshell. circa mid-90s.
Central Park lake, looking towards the Plaza Hotel. 2004.
Bethesda Plaza, painted from an infrared photograph. In other words, the colors and effects have been added by the artist.
Infrared film photograph of Bethesda Plaza in Central Park.
Bandshell and Poets Walk Central Park 180 degree pano. Composed of 50 individual raw photographs.
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 half painting, half photograph. These are in the Conservatory Gardens in Central Park.
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 Park Central Hotel. What all that means is that it can go very large – more than 25 feet across,[…]
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 bandshell and The Mall, of which this is the architectural culmination, the theatrical set-piece at the center of the park.[…]
Central Park: Cedar Hill. From 35mm film. What is special is the mirroring of the three trees with the buildings on Fifth Avenue.