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Week 3 – 2019 Prime Lens Experiment: 50mm from my office window. It pays to look up from the computer screen every once in a while. It’s usually not the most exciting view as high-floor NYC vistas go, but when the sky is right everything else is secondary. It also helps when the building across […]

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For the second week of my Prime Lens Experiment I went to the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn, nestled between Carroll Gardens and Park Slope. The Gowanus Canal used to be a synonym for pollution and stench. The canal itself still is not a lovely sight, but the cleanup has at least removed any stench and […]

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One of the most famous concepts in street photography is “the decisive moment,” a term originated by Henri Cartier-Bresson. It is what separates the small percentage of great street photos from the rest.  The idea is to capture someone in an action, pose or gesture that creates tension, humor, suggests a story, or simply creates beauty.   […]

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I decided to engage in a Prime Lens Experiment for 2019. The First Rule is not to let any of the rules get in the way of taking and posting pictures. The Second Rule is to shoot exclusively with a single focal length for an indefinite period TBD.  To start, I’m thinking I might stick with […]

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