Morris-Jumel Mansion | 65 Jumel Terrace The oldest house in Manhattan. The revolutionaries met here during the revolution and then it became a sort of government building for a while. Now it’s a museum. Media: 35mm b&w film
Had an assignment to get the marquee of the Apollo Monday night. It was the first little thing I took on since I got sick with the Colitis/Crohn’s syndrome again, maybe a year ago. I planned it pretty carefully since my legs are still weak, and I didn’t want to carry any extra equipment. So […]
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 and swings. Here I was actually looking up at the bridge but it appears as if I’m level with it. […]
FlatIron Building, with nearby building and cupola. circa 1992. From 35mm film.
As I was standing across the Concourse, which is a wide boulevard, getting ready to take a picture of the Paradise Theatre, the super of a nearby building invited me to go up to the roof across the way which is where this was taken with a long lens. The Paradise Theatre was one of […]
Media: Digital Infrared Keywords: Landmark, Historic Buildings, Horizontal, This was photographed with my infrared camera with a long lens. I’ve photographed the flat iron building so many times, and yet it I still, after all these years, find it compelling. This reminds me of the prow of an ocean liner – cutting through waves of […]
Game room, Morris Jumel Mansion. The oldest building in Manhattan. (They were very nice to me there. I was able to do several long exposures on a tripod. This is one of them.) circa 1996. From 35mm film.
This church was in the shadow of the world trade center. Long gone now. The church is being rebuilt, but there have been various financial scandals with the completion of the church.