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Monthly Archives: July 2011

  In the foreground is the American radiator Building, now the Bryant Park Hotel. It is the subject of the famous Georgia O’Keefe painting, “Radiator Building—Night, New York.” Looking over its shoulder from approximately a quarter mile is, of course, the Empire State Building. This was taken from Bryant Park, which sits behind the New […]

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This reminds me of those European folk tales where there is a deceptively cozy cottage situated inexplicably in the middle of a brooding forest, except the cottage is a dual-towered apartment building. And I don’t know whether if you went to this building, would you find a witch, a wolf, an imp, a dwarf, a […]

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You never know where you will find love, or where it will find you.  Still, this doorway seems an odd place for it. This is in lens tilt-shift, with the only major processing being additional detail, contrast, and a slight saturation boos, all to the door only.

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I’m pretty sure this car is the cousin of the red 250 SL classic Mercedes I featured here and here, but I forgot to make a note of exactly what model this is, so I cannot be specific. It was a sort of non-descript off-white, cream, eggshell color, so after trying various color-processed options, the […]

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Not much to say here. The scene pretty much speaks for itself, and the processing was simple with an obvious saturation boost. This is on 11th Avenue — more from my outing on Sunday with Chris Robins. It’s hot out there so stay cool, kids.  

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The Movie Inception has been on HBO a lot lately, so I have rewatched it a few times. As it has done with a lot of other photographers, it crept into my thought process while working on my photographs. But instead of going with the tilted, imposing skyscrapers as those photographers did in those particular […]

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I spent yesterday morning with new friend Chris Robins, an avid photographer and fine gentleman who hopes soon to have his own photography website up and running. We shot a fairly brief section of 11th Avenue, less than 10 blocks really, and spent nearly 4 hours doing so. As you might imagine, it was a target rich […]

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Powell’s Cove Park is billed as an “environmental waterfront park completed in 1999, …  a bay with sizable wetlands and filled, undeveloped uplands.” The majority of the park consists of submerged marshlands.  There is not much to it, but it has an awesome view of the Whitestone Bridge and the Bronx. This is true infrared taken […]

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