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The nostalgia that many people hold for the old, crime-ridden, “gritty”  New York, is, well, STUPID.  We are so much better off now that the city is safer and cleaner than it was before Giuliani’s mayoral terms. Still, what has happened to the meatpacking district is just weird.  I haven’t been down there in at […]

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Pretty much everyone who photographs New York cityscapes goes to the Top of the Rock and gets pictures of uptown, downtown, the rivers, bridges, and sometimes great skies that are visible from the observation deck.    Pictures of the fixtures on the observation deck itself are, while not rare, much less common. What is uncommon is […]

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  I passed by this parking garage entrance during a night time photo walk about 2 months ago, and was struck by how clean, bright, and colorful it was compared to similar establishments. I took a 5-shot bracketed set, but never quite managed to re-create the effect I saw with my eyes. This result comes […]

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Wide Angle HDR of Columbus Circle at night, taken across from the Time Warner Center. Lucis Pro mixed in at the end.  I processed 3 versions of this, with the main difference being the status of the automobile light trails of the cars passing through the traffic circle in front of me.  I decided to […]

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