Media: Large format view camera (4 x 5 inch negative) Keywords: Landmark, Brooklyn Bridge, Vertical, Brooklyn Bridge. One of the things you could do with a view camera was straighten out the perspective with tilts[…]
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[…]
BROOKLYN BRIDGE INFRARED FILM PHOTOGRAPH The iconic Brooklyn Bridge with Infrared Black and White film, 2007. I doubt you’ll find many with this look. He film HIE is no longer made. I often had no[…]
Photographed with a 4 x 5 view camera circa 1993. A lot of detail and tone in this negative.
circa mid-90s, with Kodak HIE film and Leica M3.
On the Brooklyn side of the bridge, is a very small park with a few willow trees, and this is the view. There are families beneath both trees in the shadows, an a little girl[…]
View of lower Manhattan from the Manhattan Bridge. This is from Infrared film (HIE).
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.
Infrared film; Brooklyn Bridge. circa 1995. An unusual technique for photographing the Brooklyn Bridge.