Subway stairs and entrance in the 53rd Street/Lexington Avenue Station on a snowy day about 2 weeks ago.
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I just got my first roll developed that was exposed with my Minolta SRT-202. I took most of the images with the 50mm f/1.7 lens that came with it, and a few with a Minolta 135mm f/2.8 that I bought separately. I am extremely pleased. This shot was taken with the 135. Assuming I […]
A few short years ago I did a series of 100 bus stops and 100 crosswalks. Recently I decided to participate in an ABC project on Google plus. The idea is that you post a picture each day of something that starts with each letter of the alphabet in order. I’m participating, with my added […]
I took a Fuji medium format film rangefinder out on the Google Plus photowalk on June 29, which started in Chinatown. For a medium format camera it’s small, but objectively it’s a behemoth in terms of street photography . Still, you can find your moments with it.
There is a a tradition of sorts for Coney Island Mermaid Parade contestants to bribe the judges. I don’t quite grasp the details but it is apparently all out in the open, expected, honest, and fun.it is even discussed on the parade FAQ Page. This jurist appears to be open for business.