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I know that this tilt-shift miniature effect has been done to death, but I have found surprisingly few opportunities to create the classic example of a street scene shot from above, and then rendered in such a way to make it look like a miniature diorama. After I shot this image from the Fresh Pond […]

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This isn’t really my view of Mondays. If you spend your time waiting for the weekend then you’re just passing through more than 70% of your life, and next thing you know, you wake up one day wondering where did the time go. Nevertheless, I’m not entirely unsympathetic to the idea that the work week […]

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This is a Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21 PFM, shot on the flight deck of the Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum.   According to the information posted at the museum, this MiG was flown in 56 air forces, more than any other fighter, and involved in more conflicts than any other fighter in history. This specific […]

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The full text of this ad reads “Brush Up Your Business With Paint Paste Paper Push.”  The ad, on West Broadway at Reade Street, was apparently uncovered in 1994, and confused people then as it confused me today.  Paint paper and paste all go together, and I could image a store that sold all three. […]

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This is one of those “I nearly didn’t notice this shot” stories.  I was busy taking shots of the establishment with the Liquor Store sign (more on that at a later date) and was about to move on when I noticed the car.  Now I’m not a car guy, but I’m not blind and I’m […]

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