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  Different gear can help you see things in a different way. I have photowalked this neighborhood at least a half-dozen times,and walked down this block, and never thought to photograph this particular spot until I did so with a 645 Medium Format camera (the Fujifilm GA645zi) and black and white film. It’s all about […]

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Earlier this week I noted that I was a bit wary of posting some of my shots taken with real film, because I sometimes end up falling in love with a shot that has a weak composition or subject, simply because I love the look of the medium. So here are two cases in point, which […]

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  Gantry Plaza State Park in the Long Island City section of Queens is perhaps my favorite spot to view the Manhattan skyline. Part of the reason why are the gantries themselves, which dominate the left foreground of this shot.

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  Once upon a time New York had basically two forms of portable coffee cup: styrofoam and the Anthora: “Anthora – We are happy to serve you” by Dan Bluestein – We are happy to serve you. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons. Nowadays you do not see much of either. Styrofoam is […]

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