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  It was very early in the morning; pre-dawn in fact. I took this shot of Lady Liberty and it needed to be pretty long — 50 seconds — just  to capture enough light. I was not trying for any sort of long-exposure effects and did not expect any. The Statue of Liberty is a […]

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    It’s not my most dramatic or impressive photo, but I wanted to try out Capture One and this is one of the first images I settled on, from a recent outing with my online photo buddy Jim Nix. You can see his impressive work from the evening here. I didn’t intend this to […]

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  I recently joined a Facebook group group devoted to Traditional Film Photography. So far I have not posted any of my work. I have just been enjoying the steady stream of quality work posted by other members of the group.  I see a lot of photographs online, and rarely have I been as consistently […]

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  I’m very fond of this neighborhood, and have shot it and expressed that emotion before. I lived in the building on the right with the arched entrance for about 4 years in the early 90s, when the neighborhood was still mostly industrial and Brooklyn Bridge Park was not even an idea. I shot this one […]

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  This is one of the highlights of a visit to Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn — a pyramid-shaped mausoleum that fully embraces and mixes explicit Christian and Egyptian/pagan symbolism. You have Jesus holding a lamb, Mary holding Jesus, a pyramid, and a sphinx. In addition, although you cannot see it here, the door displays a sun […]

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