Tag: New York Black And White Photography

Black and white photography of New York City. Mostly. I’ve been to a few other places, so you might find an Ansel-type shot or two; or even a little HCB in Paris; but 90% of my b&w work was done in NY.

Death and Bagels

2008. H&H Bagels on 2nd.  

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Mamiya 6

Fashion Police

  Mamiya 6.  I had money in those days.  I took this shot with what they called the Big Leica – or the Texas Rangefinder a few other things.  The first and most popular version was the 6 x 6 version.  It took three lenses.  Widish, normal, and long.  The long was difficult to use […]

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Croton Reservoir Infrared

Croton Reservoir – Infrared

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Retail Space

Prime Retail Space 2009

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Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

We were all strangers to each other but I must’ve said something funny.  I’ve been told that in my next life (yeah right) I should be a comedian.  I think I’m a lot like Larry David without all the anger issues.  I mean even last night, I was thinking about having David as a last […]

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We Don’t intend to Close It

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Bloody Newspapers

Newspapers 1995

If it bleeds, it leads. Killer quakes and killer moms. All in all a bloody Monday.

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Met with Hologon

Metropolitan Museum Wide Angle

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Motorcycle

Motorcycle in Rain at Night

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Halloween Times Square

The Wild Ones

On the way back home, at Times Square Station – like a bolt of lightning – the girls came running towards us (I was with Matt W.) and we both fired as quickly as possible.  Matt turned to me and said, that was like a “coda” – to the evening.  “No, not coda.  What’s the […]

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Secret Garden

Print On Demand Photo Books

My Experiences with Print on Demand Photo Books June 2008 (This is important. I did this comparison for a few months in 2008. I haven’t repeated these tests. So if anyone has more recent information, feel free to email or comment.) * * * * * And in answer – Nitsa arrives, an artist with […]

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Falling Leaf

Pre Focus Exercise

Simple exercise. Ask a friend to drop things (in this case a leaf) and practice trying to catch it. You’ll want to use a high shutter speed, at least 1/1000th of a second, and to make the game harder, a narrow depth of field, maybe even wide open (f1.4). You’ll have to pre-focus and lock […]

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