All photographs in the photoblog: HDR, Infrared, Color, B&W
Gypsy cab driver - bruised - from the Bronx.
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Allowed me to take a series of shots - as I know him - at least by sight. The bag he has is worth about eight dollars he said.
Are we slaves to the machines? We seem to be succumbing to their rules.
Still looking - or seeing relationships. Ricoh GR 28mm lens.
Cooper Union no longer free after 155 years.
Back to an old subject for me - pigeons.
Bottle Collector - Ricoh GR
Breaking Bad (run from carriage)
First published shot with Ricoh GR. Click for larger image.
Andy and I did two versions of this so-called interview. This is really a pure rough cut of the ad libbed one. I’m still working on the more serious (mostly) version. If you’re interested in…
Circular sales vortexes. Each one surrounded by all the offerings. Even though I had brought my list with me at each point when I picked up a camera to start futzing with it the sales…
You couldn't pay me to stay there overnight. It was spooky enough during the day.
Two shots stitched, well hand-stitched together. An otherwise impossible perspective.
There’s no shortage of books about the lives and the techniques of the greatest artists. They are often tales that end badly. Sometimes, all it takes is an enumeration of the items that were put…
NYC Blizzard - snowball fight (mostly).
83rd Street and Fifth Avenue (Metropolitan Museum) Night
Neon reflections in rain - with bike.
Two shots of Grand Central combined with HDR Photomatix.
Or let's make that $1300 or under... or maybe $1500 for the street camera -- ouch.
Portrait of Dave Beckerman in hardware store window.
Photo of two birds on my fire-escape by the feeder. And post about trying to get more into Twitter world.
I've been looking around for a street camera with the following specs: lightweight, lack of shutter lag, fast lens, decent sized sensor, unobtrusive, oh yeah - decent Image Quality ... the usual stuff.
Anyway - I'm working on the next album - and it's all going to be "Paintography." Don't know if there's a name for it, but what's in a name and a rose by any other…