I have no idea why I initially called this “Rider in the Rain.” I may have been thinking of that Randy Newman Cowboy Song.
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.
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 leaves, grass etc. white.
Early shot of the Chrysler Building through tree branches. circa 1999.
Black and white photograph of Times Square at night. From 35mm film, circa 2004. I still prefer specular lights in film.
Painted infrared photograph of New York skyline from Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center). Began as Kodak HIE film. Was painted by the artist (moi).
This Yankee Stadium print was created by merging two photographs: one of the new Yankee Stadium, and the other a painting that was on the wall of parking lot across the street from the old Yankee Stadium.