Reflection in Turtle Pond of the Skyline of New York – West Side. The photograph was done with film in 1990s and flipped upside down so that floating leaves feel like stars. Tinting is via photoshop.
Tag: New York Landmarks
New York City is filled with landmarks. They’ve mostly been photographed for as long as photography existed. So, the tricky thing (for me anyway) was to try and find some original take on the various buildings and landmarks that call people to NYC everyday.
The great lawn of Central Park photographed with medium format equipment from the Castle. circa 1996.
Bicycle on a wooden bridge in Central Park. From medium format film camera.
West side of Metropolitan Museum of Art. From 35mm b&w film. circa 1996.
Looking across the Central Park reservoir at sunset – towards the west side of Manhattan.
2010. Flatiron which looks like the bow of a ship in the sky. Infrared color.
I especially enjoy the detail in this image such as the Chrysler Building pointing in the ceiling at the entrance.
I was photographing the Bronx for a book I planned on doing (never did) and to get this shot went across the Grand Concourse, talked to a super, and was allowed to go up on the roof of the building with camera, long lens and tripod. That is how this shot was done without converging […]
The General Electric building through the New York steam. This was shot around 1992 with 35mm black and white film. Of course I walked by this building just about everyday for 10 years; and this was the best shot from that era.
It’s not easy to get a halfway original shot of the Chrysler Building. What I like about infrared film – you just never know ahead of time how a building will appear and this white version was a surprise.
This has to be among the top 10 tourist spots for photographers in New York City. Photographed from the top of the rock. That’s the GW Bridge, the Hudson River, and New Jersey.
The Flatiron Building, originally the Fuller Building, is a triangular 22-story steel-framed landmarked building located at 175 Fifth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, and is considered to be a groundbreaking skyscraper. Upon completion in 1902, it was one of the tallest buildings in the city at 20 floors high and one […]