New York Photo Blog


Posted on Aug 13, 2010 in Articles About Photography

Buddy continues to be on the mend.  Good.  He does seem to have nine lives. The changes to the store have worked out; but the one thing I haven’t tackled, which is usually something that web designers would’ve done ten years ago, is the freakin’ logo.  “Freakin’” is a very New York word that is […]

Idols, Winners, and Marathons

Posted on Aug 11, 2010 in The Photography

New York Marathon,  2005, #F25

Black Cat, Bronx House of Detention

Posted on Aug 11, 2010 in The Photography

In case you’re wondering what I’m up to, I working on cataloging my Bronx images (mostly from about three years ago). This is one of those lucky catches. I was driving by the House Bronx of Detention when I decided it was a spot I should at least try to photograph. I expected guards to […]

the stoop where i grew up

Posted on Aug 10, 2010 in The Photography

Tonemapped from b&w negative. One day I’ll do a little Blurb book with these distorted memories of my youth in the Bronx. As I’ve written before, the stoop and the courtyard were the center of all our activities that took place before and after the lockup known as public school.

Breakfast at the Diner

Posted on Aug 10, 2010 in The Photography

How to tell if you are eating with a “street photographer.” As you enter the restaurant, there’s a scoping out of the seat with the best view. If the two of you are friends, you’ll be able to say something like, “c’mon, you had the good seat last time.” There is no way of really […]

Kennedy Memorial, Atlantic City Boardwalk

Posted on Aug 10, 2010 in The Photography

Sculptor: EvAngelos W. Frudakis

Imagine Tourist Reflections

Posted on Aug 10, 2010 in The Photography

One of the pictures I did for the john lennon: in their own write book by Judith Furedi I felt the challenge to do something with the IMAGINE mosaic and many of the images from the mosaic wound up in the book. I arrived that morning with a ladder, a mirror, and a bunch of […]

Union Square – Melting Pot

Posted on Aug 9, 2010 in The Photography

This is the type of music I enjoy listening to. The picking, I learned it on the guitar as the Travis Pick, was done with two fingers, thumb and index finger. If you wanted to get fancy you could throw in the third finger.